Look at this frosty bitch drying.
Funny you mention it G2HM. Today we went around and dropped off a QP for each patient. I think this has been the most rewarding part for me. The relief in these people's eyes when they see that they will have the meds they cannot afford. Then I told them we still have two huge plants drying. I have been riding the high from it all day.
There is nothing more humbling than rec'ing meds we cannot afford. We perceive random acts of kindness like these as life-saving. As you give out medicine, then the patient is relaxed knowing we are covered. Then we may even shed a tear as we break up or prepare our medicine for dosing. Then smile within the first 5-10 minutes of dosing because in that moment, everything is going to be okay.
As we partake, the body becomes lifted and the mind is reassured that we can live comfortably and stop the suffering. We experience a level of care that makes up for what the pharma cannot provide. Receiving also gives us self worth because when you become a brain patient, the domino effect of losing "it" all, happens right before our eyes.
Watching what took years to create, diminish within 3 months has left scars, not gonna lie. So yah, I would say receiving meds/supplies to grow from a caring person is one of the best ways to tell someone they matter to this world. Thank you so much for helping others...a little goes a long way, BIG 420 Family HUG!