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The Third World Of Relevance

You know sometimes we are at peace with ourselves, and sometimes we are lonely because we want it that way. But what happens, when we don't have control, and we are alone, with no one around. How does it effect us, if we are all alone, with no human beings in existence or any animals to keep us company. It is very hard to not be able to communicate with anyone. Do we end up going crazy, or do we go on, to use our minds, so thou we are alone in the physical sense of the world, we are not alone because we have our minds to reason with us. In a third world of relevance, there will always be room for others. This is when we begin to associate with our self conscious, to continue to be able to go on in existence. The interesting part of a third world of relevance, is that there is a chance in time, that there will possibly be someone around. As we still think of our existence in the third world of relevance, we can be surprised, that an Ora of the mind communicates with us, because we want it so badly. If we ever get to a point, that we stop the motion of thinking, then at that point, we know that there is never going to be anyone, in the third world of relevance, to keep us company. Life is a roller coaster of emotions. To get on that roller coaster, and have the control of when we want to get off, is the feeling that we will always continue to be in control, if we keep things in check of our living existence, and our soul of the third world of existence.

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scheng1 wrote on March 15, 2015, 4:30 AM

Actually we are lonely when we are in the midst of people. It is strange that people in city are more lonely than those in countryside.

msiduri wrote on March 15, 2015, 5:19 PM

I'm not sure what you're describing, but then I'm not particularly of mystical bent. I know that one has to be at peace with one's self and I personally live so that I can be so. No one is perfect, no one is without regrets, of course, but you learn over time to cut down on those.