The Gospel of Reality

This post was written by marc on June 2, 2006
Posted Under: Religion

Sometimes it’s easy to get discouraged in the face of illusion but there’s one thing to always remember. Reality is here to stay. Reality isn’t going away. Reality always was and always will be. Reality was there at the beginning of time and will be there till the end of time. And no matter how many people believe in things that aren’t true reality stays the same.

It is always there and you can always turn to the real world, embrace the truth, and we as a society can make better choices. Reality can change your life today. You can embrace it, explore it, own it. Thinking about reality is the joy of being real in the sacred moment. You can become one with the real world. Let reality into your soul and experience the knowledge that everything in the world is real.

Reality gives us strength. it gives us courage. Reality gives us the true freedom to make the most out of who we are and what we will become. We owe our very existence to reality. If we reject reality, we have nothing left.

We are surrounded by all this wonderful knowledge. Knowledge that we can grow, that we can share, that we can build our future with. We can use reality to build a better tomorrow, a world that we can be proud of and we come together as one people, as one planet, to live in peace and let reality take humanity to its full potential. We have the power to choose our destiny. To decide what we will become. Let us therefore make the best choice possible and let reality guide our decisions in everything we do. We can become the dream.

This is the Gospel of Reality. Go forth and proclaim it!

Reader Comments

I agree with the reality part, except for the one world government, one people stuff you say. It is human nature to be fascist, so if we all join together in one giant love fest, it will be left up to too little amount of people to control everything. Thus, we will be opressed and miserable. Even if that doesn’t happen, isn’t it fun to argue about politics and war and such? (By the way, I support the war in Iraq.) Oh, and also, I bet that if about 80% of people liked the war in Iraq, most people on this site would like it also, just because its the “thing to do”.

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Written By Richard on June 21st, 2006 @ 3:28 pm

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