I thought it might be nice of me to give you all a formal introduction so you can know who I am, what I'm about and what I believe.
The name is b3l13v3(leet speak for believe), if you didn't catch that already, and I'm a 22 year old aspiring philosopher(who'd of thought), although
I more recently find myself bound to college and the lovely pursuit of technology, majoring in a Computer Science field.
My passion is helping people and I hope to one day be able to do it everyday. I think the world is a great place, a beautiful place where the
imagination is the limit. I think that we all can relate:
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
I've found myself on many the occasion be placed beyond my immediate consent in rather abnormal situations, places and with even more abnormal people.
People who have told me things that are so far off this planet that it'd make you think twice about what's real or not. If it adds any substance,
these people we're placed in a very specific position where they shouldn't be telling people these kind of things anyways, ever.
One person told me he had watched another person channel UFOs, lights in the sky. This person told me that he had studied as a monk in South Korea, he
had been blind folded for a period of 3 days to increase his other senses, and he was able to see without his eyes at one point. He told me all of
this, and by him telling me all of this he could of landed himself in a position with the law that wouldn't have been all to good for him, considering
he was suppose to be "counseling" me and not "promoting" what most would consider "insanity".
But one thing he told me, one thing that stuck with me for along time was what he told me when I asked him why enlightenment felt so scary, why it
felt like I was afraid of it..
"Well, you can't fill a quart with a gallon, now can you?"
At the time those words came from his mouth, I knew exactly what he had meant. I wasn't ready yet.
That was 3 years ago.
Now I know what true enlightenment is, I've faced the negative aspect of the ego, I've sat there, drank a beer, and listened to my brain literally
tell me "Just let it all go, go back to the way things used to be."
Like some kind of hard-coded anti-individualism fail-safe mechanism was implanted in my brain.... That day my brain told me that, was about 6-7 months
ago. About 6-7 months ago, I was figuring out my enlightenment, seeing the world in a way I hadn't ever seen before, and some pretty magical things
happened. One or two days in that period of time, I was in complete bliss, naturally, I was in connection with the world, nature and other people on a
higher level than I had ever been before. I literally saw emotion, I could see it with something like a third eye.
Anyways, a few weeks later I began my semester and unfortunately I didn't believe at that time I could multi-task, and be enlightened and focus on
About 4-5 days ago, out of nowhere, an alarm went off in my head. And I woke back up from my slumber, and I came here.
I guess a few other things I could point out...
I'm a great guy. Love spending time with my family, helping out whenever possible...
My mother was a great person, she taught me what love was, she inspired me.
Oh yeah, and I can't wait to have a Subaru WRX STi and take it out to the race track. It is inhuman after all to deny our worldly desires, however I
know that will come with time.
Feel free to ask me any questions.
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