What is real life? What is real love? Who is the real you?
What is truth?
Whatever your ideas about the real world, there are several aspects of worldliness to contend with. It is necessary to think about what the world means to you. Is there a world inside your mind as well as one surrounding you in the here and now? Is there a world of the past, the present and the future?
Do you act in the social sphere with a good will towards all people, without suspicion and superstition, or do you prefer to act on the basis of prejudices and stereotypes? On the other hand, do you fit somewhere in between? Are you cautious with strangers and with people who have not behaved with goodwill towards you in the past? Have you been friendly to those you feel affection towards?
Whatever your beliefs, religious or philosophical, you may see yourself as living life like Christian in The Pilgrim's Progress. Alternatively, you may think of yourself in some other way:
Wikipedia - The Pilgrim's Progress
Wikipedia - Stereotypes
Wikipedia - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity
How do you reflect upon your journey in the real world, or any world? Are there multiple worlds to experience, perhaps simultaneously? Here are a few links to some of my other blogging activities. I hope you find them interesting:
A search for understanding
Identity across the centuries
Finding great grandparents
Your amazing journey into existence
Past, present, future
Escaping society to find it again
On being quietly successful
I hope my blogs provide a few insights into my real world. How is your real world similar to mine, and how does it differ?