Friday, January 9, 2009

Part of the Galaxy



Part of the Galaxy

The effort many are making to publicize all possible ramifications of 2012 is a tremendous service. Hopefully this information will spread worldwide. Is it very healthy for a serious sense of concern to develop about all this.

Comparatively speaking, this earth is but a speck within the galaxy of the Milky Way. And from the center of our universe, scientists believe cosmic rays may shoot forth inundating everything and creating massive geophysical changes.

What action could anyone here take to avoid that? What cave would be deep enough, what mountain high enough, to offer protection?

This is wonderful to consider, and certainly puts worldly “problems” in perspective.

All of the conflict between people and between peoples, the striving for power, prestige and money, the planning for wealth, fame, success, health, longevity – it all starts to look pretty silly, when humanity as a whole is facing an unequivocal cosmic equalizer.


Having a specific date to focus on, namely the year 2012, is also very helpful. King David wrote,

“So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom” (Psalm 90:12).


We are admonished to live each day as though it were our last – because eventually it will be.

Catastrophic events are very likely to occur, especially since seers and prophets have been sounding warnings about this for millennia.

Will such occurrences utterly destroy mankind? If that was the intent what would be the purpose of warnings? Warnings are for those willing to heed them and thus avoid the danger.

Holy writings emphasize that destruction is not God's goal, but rather transformation. Therefore the only path of “safety” lies not in any mechanism of physical protection, but rather in profound voluntary change individually and collectively.

The way to be isolated from the fear of death in the future is to die now.

Die to all that is no longer in the service of wisdom and the greater Life, both within and without.

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