If you want to get a good perspective on what’s really going on in the world, start by thinking about what’s really going on in your own mind.
The problem that everyone faces in life is that our minds can act out our ideas at the expense of our lives. Our thoughts create reality, and reality creates thoughts. I’m not claiming to have an answer for this, just saying that it’s a fact about how we think and how we create our reality.
The problem is that we tend to act on our thoughts by creating our reality, and the more we try to do so, the more we do just create our reality. If you keep trying to make reality in your mind, reality is going to stay reality. That means you will continue to create your reality, and eventually you will create reality in a way that isn’t reality.
The more you try to create reality in your mind, the more reality you will create. Which is why we tend to keep trying to create reality in our minds. This is a fact. It is a fact of life.
I am not saying that cbc or any other form of creativity is the path to create reality. I am saying that creativity is not going to create reality. That is not how I understand it. I have a theory that creativity is simply our way of creating reality by making something not just better or worse just different from anything else we’ve seen in the past.
That is a good theory. However, I have yet to see it in action. It sounds like it might be a good approach, but I am not sure how I would apply it to cbc’s success. Sure, I can create a story where someone who was once bad gets sent to an island for a week just so she can tell everyone she loves them. But does that make it a better story than other stories of that nature? Not really.
I think the real question is, “could any of these stories actually be good stories?” In other words, if I told you that I was going to shoot and kill a guy I never should have killed, would you prefer that? Or would you rather that he did nothing? I think one of the best things about cbcs is that it shows us a side of reality that we may not usually get a chance to see.
It’s like a good friend of mine said, “Don’t expect to be happy all your life. I mean, sure, that’s the plan. But you won’t be happy until you get out of bed.
Well, its not just the gun – we all have our own private gun collection, its just that our guns are generally quite cheap. So it’s like our guns are more about showing off rather than actually killing. I think most of us would agree that the only way we can really find out if a gun is really worth our money is by actually testing it.
The same goes for cbc cards. And, if you really get into your collection, you can also tell if a gun is worth buying by checking out what the gun’s “price” is. Most guns that sell for more than $100 are worthless without actual testing. And, if you are really into your collection, you can also tell that a gun is really worth buying by seeing if it is legal to purchase it with.