Amanda and I were talking about taking our minds out of boxes and deconstructing our belief systems. And we talked about how in order to think outside of your box, you must first know what your box is. In order to deconstruct something, there should first be a structure.
When I was a Christian, I was in a box. Sin was in my box. Heaven was in my box. Hell was in my box. When I called myself an atheist, I thought I was thinking outside of the box, but what I’ve come to realize is that all I did was find myself another box to put myself in. I had changed boxes and got confused by the different scenery. My new box didn’t want words like “god” and “religion” anywhere near it.
What I’m trying to say is I’m actually breaking boxes now. I’m in a pavilion or something currently and one of these days I’m gonna blow the roof off.