Meditation is a natural, easy process, which is why there are more than 50,000 self-help books on the market telling you how to do it.
And then there’s medication, such as tranquilizers and pain pills. Medication can lead to addiction, death by overdose, and other unpleasant side effects.
Which is better? This side-by-side comparison will help you choose.
Meditation: Requires years of practice to master the technique
Medication: Takes about 5 seconds to swallow
Meditation: Makes you feel relaxed
Medication: Convinces you you’re God
Meditation: Requires discipline to focus your thoughts
Medication: Requires concentration to walk straight
Meditation: Works best in a quiet place with no interruptions
Medication: Works anywhere, unless your probation officer is around
Meditation: Makes you go ooommmmm
Medication: Makes you go mmmmmmmm
Excerpted from Desperately Seeking Sanity: A Spoofbook on Self-Help, just 99 cents at Amazon.com. Click HERE to see it.
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