"Snake Mountain" as written by Christopher Pearson, James Rowbotham, Guy ...
This moment. This simple everlasting moment of existence
is the summit of our life. In this moment our reality tunnels
move about in an intricate web of possibilities.
If we can perceive it. We can actualize it.
The more we experience and learn the stronger our belief systems grow
But there is a problem.
Two entities already monopolize the belief system market
Religious institutions, along with political and economic ideologies
violently compete between one another. Each with the goal
of spreading their interpretation of existence as the one true answer
Always question the motives of an institution that so blatantly
uses fear to maintain influence. You know, terrorist attacks and eternal damnation
in a lake of fire. Obviously some are more clever than others.
Believe only what you yourself test and judge to be true
We are limitless under the laws of free will and free thought
Blind faith may appear safe but I would encourage us all
to discover our own distinct vision of existence.
This simple ever lasting moment of existence.
There is no absolute reality. There is no absolute reality.
There is no absolute reality.

Lyrics submitted by DakotaFloyd

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