posted on Mar, 10 2010 @ 01:26 AM
Well, it's been almost three years ago since I posted this thread, and I must say that there has been much that has happened. While there is still
the gross materialistic attitude of the masses, I have to think, or at least hope, that there is a bit more awareness than there was when Iposted this
It's amazing to me that those who have spiritual understanding are shunned, rebuked, and made "fun" of.While those who know nothing about nothing
are welcomed in society with open arms. Perhaps, that is the way it shall always be. Perhaps, it wasn't meant tobe any other. Who is to say?
However, it's apparent to me that the economies of the world are in dire straights. Accident? I don't think so.
There are things going on that we, humanity, have no understanding of. We perceive things from the perspective of me,my and mine. Yet, it is apparent
that the time for me,my and mine is drawing to a close. Oh, how the "mighty" are falling. The "mighty,mighty me" isn't so "mighty" now is
By any logical interpretation the dollar has already collapsed. Today’s dollar only purchases five cents of what it purchased in the 1930s, ten
cents of what it purchased in the 1960-70s, and maybe 50 cents of what it purchased in the 1980s. So inflation has already brought the dollar to an
ongoing collapse. The sound money people have been warning about this through the decades: the dollar is no longer an effective form of currency.
How much "faith" do you have in your materialism and "wealth" now? It's not as sturdy as it once was, is it? So, now, I have to ask a simple
question. Where do you materialists turn for solace? Now that your ivory towers are falling around your proverbial heads, what do you fall back on?