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The Matrix Our Perception On Reality Do we as human beings believe that we live in a society controlled onlyby what we think is real Do we honestly think that our life is placed in aworld where we control everything that happens I simply believe the humanrace is scared of the thought that we could possibly be just a fixture wrappedinside another layer of life and manipulated to think we are the ones in powerof the choices we make When society brings out these questions we refuse tobelieve them We are though fascinated by the comments but yet in our mindwe discard them and think of those things as just far fetched ideas ofsomeones imagination Are we scared of what reality could be Or do wereally believe these things to be just tales Reality in my mind exists as far asour imagination can take us I like to believe it is ones own choice tocontemplate what reality is but then again does society play a part in thisdecision The 1999 film The Matrix demonstrates how we are concerned The Matrix shows us a different outlook on life and what it possiblycould be Neo a character in the movie receives a dose of the unbelievableand is given the choice to explore what reality really is He of course has toadapt to this state of mind and decide what he believes He is constantlyasked if the things he used to love really are what society says they are or ifthey are just figments of his imagination This is true though What is ahamburger Society placed a name on it but is it really a hamburger How dowe really even know what a hamburger is Society has always been scaredof the unknown Once something is discovered it must go through cycles andtests before we can accept it Of course once we do accept it we place a tagon it We want
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