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Happy vs. Real: Choose Wisely. (3 min 6 sec)

    1. The Fake World:

    The world we perceive with our senses, the one we think we live in, is the "fake world" or the "world we see." This world is characterized by fear, separation, and conflict. It is a world where we experience pain, sorrow, and suffering. This world is not real in the sense that it is a creation of our own minds, driven by our fears and ego. It is a world of illusions, where we project our own thoughts and emotions onto the things we see, making them seem real.
    The Real World:
    The Real World, on the other hand, is a world of unity, love, and peace. It is a world where we see things differently, through "quiet eyes and with a mind at peace" (W-pII.8.2:2). In this world, there is no fear, no pain, and no conflict. It is a world where everything is a reflection of God's love and perfection.
    The main difference between the fake world and the Real World lies in our perception and the thoughts we hold. The fake world is a reflection of our ego and fear, while the Real World is a reflection of love and forgiveness. When we see the world through the lens of forgiveness, we begin to see it as it truly is – a world of beauty and unity.
    So why should we care about the Real World?
    Well, the Real World is a state of inner peace, love, and unity. It is a world where we are free from the burdens of fear and suffering. By wanting to see the Real World, we are striving for our own salvation and happiness. The Real World is not a place we go to; it is a state of mind we achieve through forgiveness and the letting go of our ego.
    Practical Application:
    Practice forgiveness by recognizing that the world you see is a projection of your own thoughts and fears. Let go of your ego and the need to control. Focus on the present moment and release the burdens of the past and future.
    Look at the world with "quiet eyes and a mind at peace" (W-pII.8.2:2). This means seeing things without judgment and fear. Practice seeing the beauty and perfection in everything, rather than focusing on flaws and imperfections.
    Accept your full humanity, including strengths and weaknesses, without shame or fear. Be honest and authentic with others, and encourage them to do the same.
    Spend time in nature, away from the distractions of technology and social media. This helps you connect with the natural world and find inner peace. Engage your senses in nature, focusing on the sights, sounds, smells, and sensations around you.
    Instead of capturing life for social media, focus on living in the moment. Prioritize real experiences over virtual ones.
    #thinkgod

    I am sorry.

    Please forgive me.

    Thank you.

    I love you.
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