What's in a Name?
A search through a dictionary for the word “reality” will lead you to something like the following:
|rēˈalətē| noun ( pl. -ties)*
1. the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them : he refuses to face reality | Laura was losing touch with reality.
• a thing that is actually experienced or seen, esp. when this is grim or problematic : the harsh realities of life in a farming community | the law ignores the reality of the situation.
• a thing that exists in fact, having previously only existed in one's mind : the paperless office may yet become a reality.
• the quality of being lifelike or resembling an original : the reality of Marryat's detail.
2. the state or quality of having existence or substance : youth, when death has no reality.
• Philosophy existence that is absolute, self-sufficient, or objective, and not subject to human decisions or conventions.
*Apple Dictionary © Copyright 2005-2007 Apple Inc., All rights reserved.
While dictionaries are great, Reality Vancouver gets its name from Paul’s letter to the Colossians, where he writes that the patterns of this world “...are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality however, is found in Christ.”
Colossions 2:17 NIV
Jesus is reality!