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Farce

19 May

In the imagination lies the next reality we want to live. Contemplating on what we think we want to be doing, where we want to be, and how we would like to be living is the first step to a new reality. Unfortunately, for most people, the reality is what the now is presenting. That is the farce of all farces. That what we see is what we get. Have you heard that “it is what it is”? Well, that is also a farce. It is what you’ve been thinking that produces the isness of what it is.

We create our own reality through the thoughts that we entertain. They can be any kind of thoughts. You can look at another human’s life and deduce simply enough what they are or have been thinking. As well, self-reflection will tell you what it is you have been swirling around in that noggin’ of yours. Our outer reality, if you will, is always a direct reflection of what is going on in our minds. When we are happy, we get more happy things in our lives. Conversely, when we are sad, more of the same. When we are angry, again, more of the same.

If you have the eyes to see into your thoughts, you will be able to figure out if you are living the way you think you aught to be living. The only way out of the farce is to change the thinking processes so as to produce more of the results you desire. Catch yourself thinking and you might be surprised just what is really going on up there. Focus on anything, it expands. Such would be the case when I focus on negative things. I get the joy of seeing and living more negative things. (sarcasm)

You see, I can freely write about this because I have been the direct result of my thoughts for over fifty years. Fifty-two, to be exact. I have been working for a long time to change the way I think so I can see things differently. I desired more happiness, joy, freedom from anger and sadness. The more I focused on the beauty that life offers me, the more of all the positive things come my way. The farce, for me, has moved to the past. I now enjoy, for the most part, the better parts of life because I have changed my focus. I stopped believing in the farce that “it is what it is”. I am very grateful for facing my thoughts and having the guts to change them.

The farce is no more!

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