posted on May, 23 2014 @ 09:45 AM
Is a painful reality not better than an illusionary simulation?
Sometimes I wonder...
I guess it depends on what the individual defines the purpose of life as being.
To be knowledgeable? To be free? To be happy? To experience pleasure? To discover truth? To develop compassion? To experience unconditional love? Or
is the purpose more to do with the functioning: the thrill of the hunt, the journey to the destination, the process of elimination and so forth.
Think back to before you "awoke". (And I don't mean that in the common sense as it used today. I mean the realisation that you needed to start
thinking critically and analyse events more than you used to in order to separate truth from the lies.) Innocent, gullible, ignorant, optimistic and
dependent on others you might have been, but at least you were happy. You didn't have the burden of truth weighing you down and crushing your
Some say that "the truth will set you free", but this is deceptive. When you are ignorant of truth, you don't need to invest time in the
ever-elusive search of it and your mind is not shackled by the limitations imposed upon it.