"The truth is absent in class; Reality is absent minded. And you would have to be a grand idiot to not realize it too. You saw the magic show. It coaxed you away with riddles and illusions; Compliments to say how smart you were. It should be obvious how stupid you are, yet you favor your false reality too much because you are a king in it. Who am I to wake you from a dream? I know I prefer my dreams to my reality. My reality is a nightmare because I attempted to know it's truth. It isn't worth waking up, so perhaps you are not so stupid as I had thought." by William Terrance Came across this passage, and seamed to provoke a lot of thought. What do you think the author meant?