First it was "politically correct," and now they’ve added "Marijuana
Liquor and tobacco were hidden under the rug for ages, but when
everything and everyone started coming out, Mary J said, "Hey…what about ME."
If anyone wishes to debates the pros and cons of the Big Three, it might go this way:
The argument against use:
1.They make you feel better for a
while, then worse.
2. The longer they’re used, the more dependant the user
3. They’re expensive, and so the rich are supplied until death
in their 40’s or so.
4. The poor become just as addicted, so it’s
common to steal to be supplied.
5. Health, family, job, reputation and untimely
death are givens.
The argument for use:
No prescription is needed for alcohol and tobacco; just money.
2. Some doctors
write prescriptions for marijuana, giving it respect after a fashion.
all the rage.
The argument seems stronger against use. And we didn’t mention
that common sense and the Bible join hands to say that you should love your own body enough to be good to it. The Bible says,
"What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not
your own? (1st Corinthians 6:19).
And even if that hadn’t been said, common
sense chimes in, pointing to black lungs and shriveled livers and the shakes. I personally have gone through the Medical Building
in Washington, D.C., where rows of those body parts are on display, showing what happens to those unfortunate enough to be
able to afford these miseries-to-be. The Apostle Paul spoke of things that are "lawful but not expedient" (1st Corinthians
6:12) Legal but not wise. Think about it.