George Carlin talks about a point in his comedy career where he was directing his message to the wrong people. The close minded and uptight war generation didn’t want to hear him, but the children of the 60s embraced his declarations of peace, love, and change.

Hallucinogens are value changers, so is marijuana. Like it or not, it changes your values.

It opens up your windows, doors of perceptions was what Aldous Huxley called them.

You see things differently and I suddenly was able to see my place and realize I was in the wrong place.