By Serge Kreutz
Drugs are a sensible option for those who cannot achieve a high degree of pleasure through sexual experience. All our states of happiness, and all success in pursuing pleasure, ultimately are brain-chemically derived.
Drugs are valuable tools to induce states of happiness when we can’t have them sexually.
Even hard drugs, primarily those derived from opium, may be a sensible choice when we suffer from a terminal disease, or when, for whatever reason, we cannot expect to get back on track in life.