Unconditional love? I don't think so. Sure, ecstasty will make you go up to strangers and give them hugs and tell them your life story. Its a very emotional high and can be create a strong bonding experience with people. I used to love doing it with friends and lovers. But things aren't so nice when you start to come down. Its a big rollercoaster ride- that's why they call it rolling. When you crash you feel like the most miserable piece of dirt, you just want to get the feeling back, desperately. Where's the unconditional love then? The experiences that these chemicals give you are completely useless on the spiritual path, and people are certaintly not better off because of them. Ever hear the expression E-tard?
Story time: I remember rolling one night in college. I was on a bed with a number of people, guys and gals. We were giving each other messages, hugs, putting ice cubes down each other's shirts... Advanced spiritual practices here. All of a sudden I felt the need to exclaim how much I loved my parents. Somebody repiled that I needed to tell them that. I said, "you know, your right!" So I whipped out my cell phone and called them at 2 in the morning and told them just that. It went something like this: Phone rings, wakes Mom up: "Troy, are you all right?!" Me: "I love you Mom, I'm on ecstacy and I just love you!" Needless to say the next family holiday was a little awkward. The point is is that drugs like this can make you feel like your having a profound spritual experience, when in all reality you are just acting like a moron! I'm a bit older and wiser now and try to just stick to the practices and teachings of my Buddhist lineage. Drugs will lead you nowhere, in fact just yesterday a young girl in my town was found dead by her mother. Drug overdose. Take refuge in the Buddha, not chemicals.