I mean to me, someone who is delusional is suffering obviously. But looking at peoples delusions I think back to when I was kid. As I rode my bike or wrestled or fought with my friends or had water balloon fights or whatever, none of these grand delusions manifested themselves in any way. It was simple: I got on my bike and peddled, I threw a football, I played in the dirt. I came home and my mom fixed me soup and a sandwich and I ate it and then went outside and romped with the dog.
Even when I got older and smoked pot all it involved was passing the bong ( never, ever, drink bong water lol.) and feeling high and going to eat ice cream and then sitting there listening to Led Zeppelin or Aerosmith in the first phase of their career. I hope I’m not insulting anyone but delusions aren’t giving anyone special answers. Realty is driving to work, coming home and fixing dinner and cleaning house. This is how life works.
Like I said, I have delusions too and I include myself in this mess of life. But my delusions don’t mean anything once I step out of my house. If I’m shopping at Safeway or getting stamps at the post office why doesn’t any of these grand delusions manifest themselves in any way? I’ve never seen god at Rite-Aid, I see vitamins on sale for half price or ex-lax- buy one-get another one half off. Now that’s reality in spades. I don’t know the answer except if you see someone is delusional, at the very most try to talk them down or something. At the very least, don’t feed into their delusions.