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Oblivion

An Allegorical Tale

By

Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2007 by Anthony J. Fejfar

There is a place called “Oblivion.” It is located outside of Space-Time. Some

go to Oblivion voluntarily, and some are banished to Oblivion. Oblivion is a Place

where the entire World of Oblivion is structured by the Metaphysical Quiddity of

Reciprocity. In Oblivion, everyone is forced to be reciprocal. What does this mean? It

means that automatically, and immediately, as one acts in relation to reality, reality,

reciprocally, acts back upon the person in a similar way.

For example, if I enter Oblivion with a negative attitude, wishing the worst for

all who live there, then, Oblivion acts immediately back to make my world the worst of

all possible worlds for me. If I go into Oblivion with the attitude of trying to Murder and

Torture everyone there, then I will be murdered and tortured.

On the other hand, if one enters Oblivion with a Positive Attitude, then Oblivion

will produce positive things for me. If I enter Oblivion with the idea of loving and

helping Others, then in Oblivion, others will love and help me. If I enter oblivion with

the idea of autonomy for myself and others, Rational Self Interest for myself and others,

Self-Actualization for myself and others, and Self-Transcendence or Compassion for

myself and others, then that is what I will find for both myself and others in Oblivion.
So, if you are ever offered Oblivion here, or in the hereafter, be careful. If you

are negative you will find Hell, de facto, and if you are positive, you will find Heaven, de

facto.