posted on Jun, 5 2004 @ 02:28 PM
Have to say I agree. I personally see current events that show we're living in some interesting times, but I don't watch and wait for the end to
come. I see that the world is going through some form of transformation at this time, and while it may be a rough road, I think that it will work
itself out. Many things may come and go in the next 10 years or so, but that's what the human experience is all about, change.
And I think that's the main source of these fears. Many people fear change, and many can see change is coming in the not too distant future. Some are
so fearful that they begin to see *everything* as being a sign of change, and think the world will stop turning due to it.
As Prank Monkey stated however, the world has been through many changes, hell, probably more changes than we'll ever know. And guess what? There's
more changes in store, for us now, and for the earth in the future.
In the words of Blue Oyster Cult, "Don't Fear The Reaper". Rationalize for a second, if something of that magnitude was to occur; you, that is, we
are powerless to stop it. So does it really require you to obsess over it? Or for you to live in fear of it?
There, now don't you feel better?
Good, I knew you'd understand.
Good Luck to you!
Oh and btw, just for the record:
I think that it's fine that anyone come on here and speak of anything "consipracy related", fill up the particular forum with millions of posts
about relevant subjects. That's cool. Just hate to see fellows so nuts over it all, that's the thing that I don't like. Really, no matter what,
it's going to be ok.