We Live in Two Different Worlds
Our amazing brain can imagine and create massive skyscrapers as well as tiny computer chips. Our creative brain can also believe very goofy things such as turning water into wine, virgin births, rising from the dead, flat earth, walking on water and not to mention ghosts and demons. While dreaming, our brain can conjure up its own world.
Our brain is like a browser that interprets the outside world similar to how a web browser takes the website coding and paints a picture of the site. When we view a forest our brain paints the color green. But the color green does not exist in the outside world but is created inside our mind by turning the unique electromagnetic frequency coming from the outside into what the brain displays as the color green. The other colors dont exist in the outside either. Each color is a unique frequency or blend of frequencies of incoming light. Our brain takes in these frequencies and creates a magnificent picture of a colorful world. We perceive this picture as real but is it really?
Things to Consider:
- The brain is flexible the outside world is not.
- The brain is subject to errors the outside world is not.
- The brain can adapt to many different views of the outside world.
- How much of our thoughts represent the outside reality?
- Does God exist outside of the brain?
- Can some false beliefs about the outside world actually be helpful?
- Is it okay to have two unmatched worlds or should be try to unite the two worlds into one?
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