You have been playing a game. Let’s call it the inequality game. You have been pretending that there are hazards and villains and death. You have become so absorbed in this game of pretend that you have nearly forgotten that that you are a player. The playing is a defense mechanism. It’s a defense against remembering who you are.
If you remember who you are, then you remember what you think you did. If you face up to what you did and come out of the hiding place of your game, your creator will destroy you. Thus goes your reasoning. You experience this world because you are certain that you are in trouble. You continue to experience this world because you are certain that you must hide.
There is a flaw in your reasoning, however. You haven’t done anything. You seem to have unleashed chaos within peace, but that is…
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