"The only way I could escape my own mind was to leave behind my own identity. Whenever Yug feels overwhelmed, I escape by being Archeon"
"That's not a good coping mechanism, you know"
"But it helps me survive"
"And what if you finally give in one day? What if Archeon falls?"
"Archeon will never fall. The part of my being that's capable of falling is the human one, Yug is that part, he can fall, he can lose. But Archeon is a symbol, I created that identity and I can dictate what it stands for."
"I'm not really sure if I understand."
"Look at what you're seeing, it's a flaming eagle. First and foremost, it signifies freedom. Archeon IS my freedom. Secondly, it resembles a phoenix if you think about it. And what does a phoenix stand for? Rebirth. Rising back up in a brilliant flare from within the ashes. And all that's possible because he exists in a make believe world"
"You do know how crazy that sounds, right?"
"I know, so I guess you could say that Archeon is someone I always looked up to and wanted to be... And at the same time, I AM Archeon."
Not everyone wants to wage a war to "defend" their religion, some people just want to live their lives peacefully. And we, as humans, have no right to force someone else to comply with our beliefs and ideologies, no matter how much we disagree with theirs. Stop waging meaningless wars, whether it be on social media or in real life. Just imagine how weak your faith would be if you need a stone monument to define it's strength. God might be real for those who choose to believe in them, but religions are man-made. And at the end of the day, the hard fact remains that we, before being Hindus or Muslims or Sikhs or Christians or anything else, we're humans. And there's no bigger religion than humanity itself.