You’re In a Video Game Called Life–Now What?

What if the Matrix is true, or some version of it?

What if when when we’re born, we are born into a human body, but we’re not our body.  It’s like we’re an avatar in a video game called “Life”.   I live each day as though this is reality.  What it means is that the disasters, tragedies, setbacks and scary situations are all just like I would find in a video game.  But because I know I can’t die, I live through each of those experiences without fear that, “this is the end.”  To me, there is no end.  Like Neo in the Matrix, when our bodies die we just wake up.  And then we have the chance to incarnate into a new body and live a new lifetime of joy and sorrow, triumphs and tragedies, love and loss.  And just to make things interesting, I start my day with thunderbolts coming out of my hands and feet ….

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