Monday, February 2, 2009


Webster’s Dictionary says that 1poi•son
Middle English, from Anglo-French poisun drink, potion, poison, from Latin potion-, potio drink — more at potion
13th century
1 a: a substance that through its chemical action usually kills, injures, or impairs an organism b (1): something destructive or harmful (2): an object of aversion or abhorrence2: a substance that inhibits the activity of another substance or the course of a reaction or process

Yet I think that it is just more than a chemical that is harmful. I think that you can make your own poison in your mind. I think your mind can inhibit your mind so much that your body breaks down. Stress is the perfect poison because we all have it, just how much we let stress take over could help or kill us.

1 comment:

Travy said...

The trick my friend, is to figure out why whatever stresses you isn't stressful at all. Stress is also the antidote.