How long can you hold onto the idea that you are god, playing at being human, before you go back...
to your previous way of thinking?
It's a never-ending cycle. Things on the outside tend to alter our ways of thinking sometimes. Until someone decides to stay awakened for good is when the cycle will stop for that one person.
My answer is i can hold onto that idea for about a milisecond before a contradictory thought comes into mind. Jesus and buddha and Mohammed could do it for longer, I guess.
It is an Eternal game played by God who hid himself in the robe of man.
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