I Omnist (TOT) Myth

BEHOLD! THE POWER OF MYTH

ONE
1 Myth is indeed a great deal of fiction. Fiction, in great deal, is where truth resides.
2 It is the bending of the facts of the past, present, and unknown future.
3 There are uncountable valuable lessons to be learned from myths. Lessons from great teachers of what to do and what not to do, of both right and wrong.
4 Mistakes made by those to bring about an outcome that none, or some, may see coming.
5 Indulging in myth allows us to break away (for some time) from the confined mindset that make up our realities.
6 Myth supplies the mind with a ceaselessness that opens ourselves up to possibilities that we may have once thought of as impossible, or just stories that hold no weight to this day. Doesn’t Hollywood do that for us now?
7 At one point in time (or perhaps not) aspects of our being were unknown. Had it not been for the inspiration from myths, as well as, an imagination that is combined with the drive to make the impossible, possible. Reality as we see it may be far different.
8 Things brought about by our imaginations may still be impossible or considered myth, based on lies. Had it not been a successful endeavor to harness a small portion of the whole, impossibility would not be possible.
9 It is more important, in fiction, to understand first how to fail; over and over again. Only to reach a point of success due to the drive within us carrying us forward.
10 Success affects us all and failure affects the believer in myth. Thus, the feeling of success is heightened in the garden of another that lives outside of the way one may view reality.
11 The drive could not exist without the conflicts of being told that it cannot be done.
12 Once success has been attained the successor has now begun to ascend out of the land of myth and make-believe. Stories of fact derived from fiction begin to emerge.
13 The building and swelling of a new ego being. Bringing about larger ideas of reality and combining it with other gardens’ imaginations forging reality forward.

TWO
1 Is this not another feeling that we all carry within?
2 For some, yes, for others, perhaps not, for more still, denial.
3 If denial is the case, then standards for absolution are probably best set rules that should be adhered to in order to live.
4 Are those rules not based on something that could not exist without myth?
5 Are not the progenitors of good, based on myths and stories that, to this day, many still think are impossible acts?
6 If so, then is it not a sound fact that the myth of the absolute caters to the needs of conflict. So then, why the need for overblown myth and fantasy to humiliate the acts of evil?
7 Would absolutes exist without the notion of futility: the conflict that is pursued is still a common ground that exists within each contrast of Living.
8 Thus, find peace in knowing that the feelings from each side are identifiable and it is more likely that the teachers may be different, but the message is the same.
9 A unique blend of conflict and peace that derives itself from the feelings that we share. Walking a thin line of righteous acts of good and the heinous deeds of bad.
10 As an Omnist it is important to be a part of these feelings. Setting markers on the middle road. Knowing where to find what is right from both sides and ultimately deciding for yourself what to follow. That the groundwork for evil may have been laid with good intentions, finding the root of it works both ways. Sowing these acts together will create the concept of a web, where all deeds are interconnected and based around the acts of one another.
11 The Omnist would likely embrace the idea of combining unimaginable myth and fiction with absolution and fact, understanding that all are one in the same.
12 It is a necessary need to have conflict but through conflict peace should be supplemented, and the agreement of disagreements should be made.
13 No more fruitless efforts to justify the careful ease of that delicate balance of sensitivity and cruelty, of the level of integrity, of the way to feel to make strong words and stand by them; not to over-power or take down but to create and have understanding linked to others powerful words and dispose of the non-sense.
14 And to justify them the differences are needed, the physical battle is what should be quelled. Let the battle exist inside of us to allow another’s garden to do battle with us and for us. Not to poison the gardens. But, to further the future of who we are as an actuality and the myth we may be viewed as if and when we are gone.
15 Let the myths of their gardens trouble not the idea of absolution that is within our garden. Likewise, let the absolution in our garden trouble not the myth of another’s; if each so chooses to allow the other in.
16 Not to take away, but to add and to help to nourish and not be insulted if it begins to poison another. At the point of poisoning a garden that has willingly let you in, it is best to concede and not be insulted. Because we are all different despite being built the same way. We are a soul with a body, not the other way around.

THREE
1 Omnism is more inclined to agree to disagree than it is to press it’s ideas upon either myth or absolution.
2 It is more prone to see both as one thing, from different manners of teaching.
3 An Omnist is looking for sound resolve and the strength in unity to grow.
4 Rather than encouraging any rivalries between any deities, if the gods want war let them wage it on one another. We are not the war zone, nor are we the collateral damage for the gardens that have been given to us, by us, and for us.
5 Nor should Satan or Brahman be subjected by the differences between light and dark.
6 It is the in between that is far less understood; that is where the Omnist dwells. Not in darkness, but in harmony between the idea of light and dark. In the areas that have yet to be unlocked and understood within our own minds. We seek reality that exists in the imaginations, that is drawn from our dreams to understand what it means to have our senses indulging in the elements.
7 To utilize all aspects of the things that we have, and not to negate a feeling that another Living has. But, to be at peace to know that something someone cannot perceive is at least being indulged by another, so long as no Living is harmed.

 

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Writer, author, philosopher, philanthropist, poet, imbecile, denizen gypsy. A rare bird of sorts is what you'll come to think of me. I love to write, play, and work diligently to prove one day fiction will become a reality. I'm very simple when it comes to my views on life, a backpack is ideally my best friend and I found my mistress with paper and pen.

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