“The Man Who Woke Up.” – Take Three.

The man who woke up was a solitary figure, living on the fringes of society and struggling to find his place in the world. He had always felt like an outsider, unable to fully connect with those around him and constantly seeking answers to the questions that seemed to plague him.

One day, he stumbled upon a book that promised to help him find the truth and awaken from the hypnosis of society. It was a strange and ancient text, written in Sanskrit, and it spoke of a concept called avidya, or ignorance.

The man was intrigued, and he dedicated himself to studying the text and learning all he could about this mysterious concept. As he delved deeper into the teachings, he began to feel a sense of liberation and enlightenment.

Slowly but surely, he began to shed the layers of ignorance that had kept him trapped in the societal norms and expectations of his time. He learned to let go of his ego and embrace a more authentic and true version of himself.

As he continued on his journey of self-discovery, the man began to see the world in a whole new light. He saw the beauty and potential in everything around him, and he felt a deep sense of connection to the universe and all of its inhabitants.

And so, the man who woke up became a beacon of hope and inspiration for all those who were seeking to break free from the hypnotic grip of society and discover their own path to enlightenment.

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