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You can delude yourself into almost anything.

But the problem with delusion is you end up living in a world of fantasy.

Sure delusion may be good to venture into from time to time, especially if you’re a creative type,

But living there is another matter altogether.

Because there is the nature of reality.

An objective view of the world that has hidden elements of truth.

Those things that are embedded deep within you and around you, that remain undeniable and unchanging.

Sure, you can continue deluding yourself forever, convincing yourself whatever you like.

That you’re somehow invincible and are going to live forever,

But that’s just ego getting in the way.

Despite all your efforts to the contrary, reality has this way of sticking around and always coming back to bite you.

You can deny it, try and ignore it, but it’s always there.

You can try and run from it, but there’s nowhere to hide.

And it’s in this realm of reality that real life is lived.

And not facing up to the realities of your life, means avoiding life itself.


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