Throughout history there are those moments in time that forever change our course. Great moments where heroes stood up, fought back, and changed our destinies. Many led ordinary lives but in that moment found the courage to do what’s right even in the face of adversity.
I believe we are at a very unique point in time. All over the globe are seeing people wake up to the idea of a more involved society, one that gives them a voice. We are starting to see the corruption that has been allowed to take hold. Thanks to instant and world-wide communications we all can share an abundance of information. The message is clear: People want freedom!
The thought of freedom of self is spreading. People realize they have a choice. They can be free to be responsible for themselves and their government. With God-given free will people are seeking out the truths. One truth that has frequently come into the spotlight, all over the globe is cannabis. People are starting to see through the “reefer madness” and seek out the truths not only of its healing powers but of its actual harms.
The U.S. government has wasted trillions of tax-payer’s dollars pursuing a plant put here on earth for humans to use. Beyond all its myriad of health benefits including exciting research pointing towards curing cancer, cannabis in its natural form can be looked at in the same light as drinking a beer or having a glass of wine. Many Americans drink at the end of their day to unwind and relax from the day’s activities. Millions of Americans use cannabis in the same way including using forms such as oils, juices, edibles and tinctures.
It is time to start taking a more serious look at what the real dangers are of cannabis prohibition. Cannabis does not cause death, is more beneficial and is less harmful than alcohol which is a legal drug for Americans 21 and older. We need to look at the practicality of prohibition on a national level. This is a serious issue that has devastating effects on millions of Americans. An issue that breaks up families, bankrupts countless people, destroys American rights, costs trillions of tax-payer dollars and ruins society demands that we take a serious look at this situation and what its doing to this country.
These are the moments that history is made of. Moments that show of courage and strength. Times were we came together and fought back. We need to make our voices heard loud and clear: Its time to talk about the end of prohibition! We need to tell our representatives that its time to reschedule cannabis and repeal the prohibition. We need to educate others on the truths. When people see the truth we will have freedom. This is our moment will you have the courage to change history?