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Dulo ng Langit
November 4 - 25, 2023
Dulo ng Langit
The maxim, "Nothing is true, everything is permitted," serves as the guiding ethos for a particular society that has artfully constructed an illusory utopia. Within this societal framework, paramount importance is assigned to the convenience and affluence of a select few, while simultaneously inculcating fear as a mode of faith. In this realm, conventional notions of morality are regarded as the stuff of legend, overshadowed by a pervasive illusion of immortality, wherein the unrestrained expenditure of wealth is fervently pursued with the primary objective of warding off the specter of mortality.
Within the folds of this enigmatic society, certain individuals, characterized by their manipulative tendencies, solipsistic disposition, and tendencies toward psychopathy, don disguises and cloaks, masquerading as heroes. Employing time-worn stratagems, they resort to a form of misdirection, akin to the deceptive allure of the pied piper, thereby beguiling the populace into regarding them as deities incarnate.
They deliberately withhold the truth from us and compel us to engage with a distorted narrative. They have made grandiose promises of a sanctuary for salvation, constructed from a foundation of corruption, and their primary driving force is monetary gain. All their actions are veiled with this underlying motive. With their immense influence, they maintain control over us, even at the cost of our own moral integrity, all under the pretense of serving the so-called 'greater good.' We remain oblivious to the activities occurring behind the scenes, and they propagate the notion that they are impervious to wrongdoing, blurring the lines between love and hate.
In the relentless quest for salvation amidst impending catastrophe, the paradisiacal landscape on the horizon appears distorted, obscured by a shroud of obfuscation, inducing a pervasive sense of madness. So entwined are the inhabitants with their illusions that the path toward veracity and enlightenment is all but forgotten.
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