A Mind Infinite

Infinity: The Views of a Dreamer

Opium of the Masses

Visions of the blowing wind,

howling as it roars by dusty old farmhouses

Of men standing with pitchforks in shock of the wind,

bolting doors shut behind them in sheer terror

Begging for the wind which appeared from nowhere to go away,

to never return another day

Comparable to the belief of a proclaimed almighty being ‘God’,

whose existence remains unseen through the lenses of scientific evidence

Cowering to the fear of such a being,

who promises everlasting torment as a punishment against those who scoff at his narcissistic name

The irrationality of men who cannot comprehend rationality,

the ever-so absurd nature of the faithful and superstitious

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