I Woke One Day and Realized I Was Dead

One day I hope to write something so true, it lasts forever.

One eternal truth.

If I can do this, which one of us had more Life?

Can a true thought live on past its creator?

If so, then is this thought alive?

If not, how could it out last its creator?

A lie will last thousands of years, without a reckoning, but Truth will last forever, for the truth cannot be destroyed.

You can sit on it until you last breath, smother it with your generations, but eventually it is going to escape or the lie will come upon the ear of the One which cannot tolerate the fiction, destroying the fiction and leaving nothing but the truth.

When this takes place and we cannot handle its presence, then what can be said of us?

To be incompatible with the Truth!

It would only follow that if the truth is eternal, then it is alive and if the Truth is alive and we cannot handle it, then it is safe to say, that we are not.

We are dead and misinterpreting our movement and bodily function as evidence of being alive.

Could it be, that what we perceive to be dead, is actually alive and what we perceive to be alive, is actually dead?

Could you imagine, waking up one day and finding out you are not alive, but on!

Finding out that the only thing standing in the way of everlasting Life, is the perception that we are already alive.

I know we will never ask for Life, if we already believe we have one.

So if what I am being told is the Truth and I keep it hidden, because of a lack of understanding and faith, then I am not only dead, but am supporting its presence.

If I am supporting the dead, then I cannot be supporting Life.

If I choose fiction over truth, I have chosen death over Life.


About Unborn

Re-formed from a dormant sleeping life line, by a later generation of the Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I. I am a Genesis II male form. I am an aware, self aware form of life. (ASA) I am an unborn life.
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