You Think You Know

When you think you know everything, you know nothing. You miss stuff.

The devil’s in the details, sure enough.

Every sort of evil in this world depends on you, the mark, missing vital details, the important stuff. Hell, if you didn’t miss that stuff, if you weren’t so easily distracted and so remarkably trusting, so easily led, you might actually use your incredible gift of a brain to add two and two. To step back and take a look at the bigger picture.

We weren’t gifted with this brain above all other species on Earth to have it go to Sponge Bob. But keep offering yourselves on the altars. Go ahead.

Plenty of religions out there for you in case Christian, Muslim, Jew, Hindu, Baptist, Lutheran, Catholic, Mormon, et. al., don’t work for you. There’s politics, gay rights, anti-gun nuts, Occupy Outhouse, MADD, the Liberal Left, Pro-life, Pro-choice, the Religious Right, even the War on Drugs–any Thing or Group or Organization, holy or otherwise, seeking to restrict your personal freedom has converts, loyal followers worshipping on an altar of someone else’s making. Buckle Up, No Smoking, etc., just minor inconveniences, right? Legislated to serve, who? Not you, the victim, the mark. Not Freedom. Not Nature’s God.

There’s a reason the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

If you want to know God, then look at Nature. The rules are simple. Basic math.

So, whose purpose do you serve? To your dying breath, you have a choice, but no one’s telling you that, are they? You might wander away from them, their causes, their many sided religions. Hell, you might accidentally find God.

I’m just here to observe, to witness. I see that now. Here and gone. Like a thief in the night.

Consider yourself told.