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Would I take the red pill or the blue pill One of my pet peeves is not knowing the truth I would definitely take the red pill Even if it were painful or traumatizing I would still want the truth When I first saw the Matrix in a movie theater I started questioning everything It made me doubt a lot of things about my life That is why I took philosophy class in the first place I needed answers Im similar to Thomas Anderson in a lot of ways Doubting existence so that we may find the true world This life cant be it There has to be more to it then going through everyday the same Taking the same road I see my family doing the same thing day in and day out I dont want to live my life so repetitively There has to be something else to it If this is the real world then Im sorry for it But what is real What describes real If its only what you can see hear taste or feel then real is simply electrical signals sent to the brain I would want to continue to feel like Alice tumbling down the rabbit hole Search for something beyond my five senses The Matrix is not an intentionally a Christian film hints from various philosophies and religions are sprinkled throughout But the flexibility of the film allows people to draw many themes from it including Christian allegories The film obviously suggests Neo can play a Messiah figure This uses a fanciful tale to depict Christianity through one mans conviction conversion conflicts and final conquest Neo is a confused searcher who is led to the truth and then acts upon it to be saved from a false world Neo must then learn to walk in faith as he faces formidable enemies and ultimately triumphs So when Neo took the red pill he was essentially taking the blood
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