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Is knowing the truth really the answer to total happiness freedom and unlimited possibility for the human race On one hand there is the matrix which provides a world of different sceneries cultures traditions and occupations for human life to partake in On the other there is the truth of the real world in which every one should have the opportunity to experience The whole movie is based on Morpheus train of thought He believes that if he can find the one who can destroy the matrix then all humans can be freed from slavery and live in the only city left in the real world Zion What if Morpheus real intentions of finding the one were different from what he explains in the film Morpheus can then be seen as a man jealous of his non-existence in the matrix with only a few others sharing his loneliness Suppose he realizes that he can only live in Zion when the matrix is destroyed and that he cannot live in the matrix because he has already experienced the truth Therefore he realizes that he is stuck between the only two worlds and his only chance to live happily is to destroy the matrix He selfishly chooses extraordinary computer hackers to enter the real world in hope that he will find the one that can end his own unhappiness but also in turn end the worlds happiness So unlike the movies portrayal the matrix can also be seen as the endless opportunity for anything to be achieved or pursued Why should one man decide whether or not it be taken away The world given in the matrix is large enough for everyone living in it to survive The city Zion on the other hand has no chance of holding the worlds population In addition what if this real world isnt ideal for the majority or just isnt what we want or expect If the choice between knowing
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