Steven Harris


What Is It?


I'm sitting here thinking about it
what is it
well i don't know what it is
but i do think we are all one
all connected
all living under one universal consciousness
all experiencing the same thing under
one mind
i think thats reality
atleast i believe that is reality
i don't think when we die we go to
paradise where we all sit around talking
to mozart on a cloud
thats scary
or a horrible place full of fire and
torment and demons and something
sticking a hot stick in my eyes
thats scary
i just hope we get out of this body
and join a new realm
a new reality where everything becomes
clear
and we understand eveything
just are minds, are brains, our consciousness
and if your a believer in a god
your soul
i don't think god is real
but i know our minds are
and i know our minds and our bodies are
separated
and thats all death is to me
a separation of the mind and body
minds taking on that new reality once we
leave
i don't what that would be like
what it would look like
and how it would feel
but i hope it happens
but i don't know if it will happen
and i think it's better that i don't know.

Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013
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