A couple of days ago, I woke up from a sci-fi dream, or at least with a story in my head. We humans lived in a fake, projected world—like Jim Carrey in The Truman Show—and some of us began to suspect that things were ‘off’ and banded together to figure out what was going on. The world, as it turned out, was a projection, like in a movie theater where the guy sits up in his booth caretaking the film and we see a beam of light shining from there to the movie screen. The projected world had been created by greedy guys who had taken over the real world to have control of the planet, minus problems caused by the billions of lesser-than-them people.
I wondered about the dream during the day and finally thought, “No one could pull that off.” But later, I thought, “But what if the idea is true? What if we live in a reality created solely by our thoughts, which are, sadly, fear-filled and those thoughts hold us in a fear-dimension? What if there is a love-dimension and our job is to somehow cross from fear into the world of light? What if catastrophes are generated in our world so there’s no chance we will believe in goodness and “change the channel,” so to speak?”
Who knows? This may or may not be true, but just in case, let us see good happening, for goodness is everywhere there is a heart of compassion, forgiveness and love. Just in case, let’s be stubborn and say, “No! I’m not afraid! I’m not gonna take it anymore! Buzz off, fear.” Fear’s been slapping us around for a long time, but its days are numbered. Let’s acknowledge how much we humans have in common and join hands like the sweet Whos of Whoville whose love is so great the Grinch, whose heart is two sizes too small, is healed. Love is both the journey and the remedy.