Pure Imagination

I stopped believing in a physical world. I found the idea too limiting and too likely to induce anxiety. Superficially, not much has changed, but below the surface life vastly improved.

For a long time I believed I was witnessing the gritty reality of a dour world. Yet it was only my own twisted perspective. There’s data and there’s my interpretation of that data.

The world wasn’t what I thought it was. Forms aren’t so sharply defined. The data can be interpreted in wildly different ways — this means the world is forever formless.

And by this malleability I construct the world of my dreams. I envision the life I want to live. What good is a world that frightens and frustrates? Dismiss such darkness and embrace delight.


One thought on “Pure Imagination

  1. Wow I can relate to this post so much. Thank you for sharing it with us. I can’t wait to read more of your work so I am going to follow your blog.

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