From nowhere, childish feelings of innocence gathered about me to project to me their angelic outlooks. Their ideas intoxicated my mind, conveying an idyllic imagery, as if they were charms added to the bracelets of human hope, solidifying my confidence they would adorn my dreams until they manifested themselves in the outer world.
Their tales seemed powerfully capricious, yet somewhat hypnotically enticing. They described humanity as living in a dream world, whose minds are often overshadowed by the invasion of nightmarish interludes, due to the physical realm’s compulsion for violence. The feminine entity proclaimed that physical death is preferable to a catatonic life of delusion, unless our eyes are readjusted to the ineffably brilliant God force within us. Excerpt from “Diary of a Seeker, Tales & Anecdotes of a Life Student,” pg 27,paragraphs 6 & 7

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