posted on Jan, 6 2009 @ 07:30 PM
Haha is this whole thing a joke? Being only 17 myself, I believe there is something special out there, that can be apprehended through personal
concentration and knowledge, but what people are saying about "Indigo Children" are ridiculous. Do I believe some people are born "special"?
Maybe 1 in 1 trillion, but the fact of the matter is, if that around 10 people on this thread alone feel like they are some kind of Light Warrior or
amazing being, it is nothing more than the feeling of not wanting to be like everyone else or the point of being to lazy to sustain an actual life,
which is what we are destined to do.
The point of life is not to look for the higher power in this world, but appreciate that we are actually here and have as much enjoyment in life as
possible. Obviously there is something greater, anyone with a mind knows that. But to think that you are special because you "think" that you think
differently than anyone else is just ignorance at its finest. Of course everyone feels special, especially when you are around your teens because you
are old enough to gain knowledge, and young enough to know you have your whole life in front of you. Because there is no one that can think like you,
look like you, sound like you, or be you in any way no matter how hard they try.
So my advice to these "Indigo Children" is to stop thinking they are above the rest of society because they can write poetry (Brittany Spears is
obviously one because of her ability to write songs) and stop looking for something that isnt there. If you are meant to be one of these 1 in a
trillion people, even though I really wouldnt call them people in the way we put it, because they are sent down from a special purpose or from a
different time. And start enjoying life, and do everything you can to make society a happier place. Dont worry about your purpose, know that
everything you are meant to do will happen.
/end first post...damn that was a rant