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    When I was in my mid 20s I had a cocaine habit (early 70s).  I had the connections, the money to buy it withour a problem.  One day my wife looked me in the eyes and said I was hooked.  That I was addicted.  That meant I did not have a choice I thought.  

    at first I laughed it off.  But the more I thought about it the more it bothered me that I was controlled by something outside of me.  I enjoyed what coke did for me but my wife gave me a taste of the truth and I found the rest of it.

    From that day some where around Feb., 1973 I decided to never again allow anything to control me.  Marriage, jobs, money, other people, I defend my choice.  I am very contemplative.  Not good at it but I like to do it.  I look at the issue from every side I can.  

    Lots of times things that are good for me are not comfortable and manytimes what bad for me feels, tastes and looks really appealing even smells good...

    You have a choice, you choose not to exercise it for some reason...  For my choice I will even choose death (BUT NEVER AT MY OWN HANDS)...  

    I refused to be boxed in, but I respect the truth...  and I know that there is a inevidable truth that stands above every things else in that file...

    I may not be deep, but I am very wide... Honree Balzac

    by meknow on Tue Mar 26, 2013 at 12:50:54 PM PDT

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