The Love Pill

The Love Pill

Sunday, November 29, 2015
| 1 Thessalonians 3:9-13

We know about happy pills. Now, we learn of a pill which may make us more loving.

Seems like there's a pill for everything these days, if you believe all the drug commercials on TV featuring smiling people who've benefited from better living through chemistry.

Of course, side effects may occur, such as diarrhea, dry heaves, shingles and scurvy, temporary or permanent blindness and convulsions leading to a coma. Rarely, but with prolonged use, other side effects may appear such as complete loss of bladder control, loss of feeling at the extremities and festering boils.

Other than that, it's all good. (Try to read the foregoing rapidly like the TV announcer.) The commercials encourage people to "Ask your doctor about ...," as if your doctor doesn't have enough trouble getting you to exercise, eat well and take the pills she's already given you that actually keep you alive.

Some of these pills are linked to erotic "love." Viewers see a couple on the outer edge of middle age sitting in matching bathtubs while staring at the ocean. With pharmaceutical assistance, romance ...


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