It’s The End Of The World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine

When you sit back and think about it, we all had to come from somewhere. Someone somehow we are all connected. I know it’s not a thought we all consider on the daily, but logically, this earth didn’t just appear yesterday functioning at this level of consciousness and efficiency that we are at today. Which leads me to wonder, when did it start, and from where, which leads to the only logical consideration that no matter what you believe as far as a creation standpoint, it will start at some point. Lending to the argument that we all, weather we like it or not, weather we want it or not, we all started at the same point. Not us in our physical bodies as we stand today, but as the very least the creation of either our thought or our soul or whatever you may call it.

So, if we were all “created” or “started” at the same “time” or within the same breathe or choose the same moment to begin, or whatever you believe or whichever path your thoughts took long ago, it really makes no difference what journey your thoughts took, what matters is that in this moment, we are here together, and we, logically thinking and speaking, all began in the exact same moment.

Have we had the exact same experiences since that time? Of course not. This journey is just that. A journey. With each of us individually afforded our own choices and decision making skills. Throughout the infinite history, it has brought our bodies to this point in time, where we can acknowledge the grandeur of our past and move on, or rest in our souls accomplishments thus far. Has your body completed what it wanted to when it first set out? Were you part of the decision making process to decide grass was green or the earth would rotate a certain direction or maybe your thoughts took the journey to decide the sun would burn hot instead of freeze cold.

And now we’re here. What are your thoughts actively partaking in? Are you thinking universal as you might have once done? Or have you narrowed your mind to just think simply of your bodies day to day activity?

They say ” God” is the body, the thought and the mind…. a do your u hear what I hear type thing. So when you lay in bed at night, have you closed your thoughts down to hear only “you” over the years, decades, even possible lifetimes you have lived? Or do you put your body to rest, and then just breathe. And relax your own thinking to slow down and hear the thoughts of others. Or on the other hand, are the thoughts you project into the world hindering the progression of what weave made thus far? Or contributing?

Or, the most fearsome consideration yet, have we all become so worn down by what we’ve created, that we’ve given up and we are all ready to go back to our original form. A much simpler, more loving, even God like form. Once we reconcile our lives and our souls can rest, we make that choice to. Instead of coming back to this projected perceived world, we make our final choice to rest our soul for good. We remove our thoughts and we, as an individual are no more. No more thought. No more chances. Just done.

Chosen one person at a time, will leave this world with many broken souls who didn’t know they had the chance to choose. Not somewhere I’d like to be, but once my soul is done, not something I will have knowledge of either way..


-R.E.M/ Its The End Of The World As We Know It-

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8 thoughts on “It’s The End Of The World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine

    • Well, they say “God” created us too which means we come from and therefore must be of “God” so therefore if we reconcile ourselves enough, one would say we would be able to find our way back to those roots

      • Of God…yes! Like my arm isn’t really me, just a bit.

        I actually hybridize my belief to whatever makes sense to me. I agree with reincarnation. Whatever we were before and after humanity is likely indescribable. But I’m guessing it’s nicer than here. 🙂

        • I would like to prefer it’s much nicer after. We have time and space to sort out thoughts and ideas… basically it’s and endless vast infinity with our being reduced to a so
          Ole thought floating amoungst all the other souls as thoughts. Interacting as one, yet individual as ourselves. Not restricted to a physical being. And therefore no competition and therefore no evil.

  1. I liken the existence to cloud computing (where things are processed locally and stored in a central place). I’m more than open to the possibility that we live out our lives here and our collective experiences are collated and stored in a cosmic consciousness. Whilst I don’t believe in reincarnation as such, I do believe that some of us have the ability to tap into the cosmic consciousness to obtain information (I have had several personal examples where this is the case). It’s not a new concept either, ancients in India believed in the Akashic record which is the same thing. Bill Hicks said it best when he stated that we are are one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively.

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