We Are What We Are

You are not who you think you are. You are who you are. God did not create who you think you are, but what you are. Just as you do not get or know what you think, but what you believe, what you know. If you know you do not have it, you are right. If you know you do have it, your right. The tree was called the knowledge of good and evil. Know nothing of evil and it will not know you. Know nothing of darkness and you will live in light. Contrast is an amazing tool in this life. If we did not see and experience things that we do not want, we would have trouble defining what we do want, and like it or not, we like contrast. There is a movie called Pleasantville, and it tells the story of contrast. Some will view it and see sin or perfection, but sin is merely error in judgment in the majority of cases, because we lack contrast. Raised in a broken home, with a parent that abuses the other, makes the children likely to repeat, not because of genetics, that has been scientifically disproven dozens of times, but environment. We know what we know and we do what we know. If you want to be different tomorrow, think something different today, see something different today, know something different today. We are what we are. We are what we know.

Published by The Journey

Average person seeking more meaning in life. I was raised in a faith that unknowingly taught, seek your religion in all things, but as I grew up and started to better understand the relationship I have with the creator of this universe and the source of all conscienceless, I decided to seek the creator in all things. Not a man or a woman, not a right or a wrong, but the thing that hold all subatomic particles together, the energy that connects everything. This is the story of some of my revelations along the journey we call life.

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