posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 06:06 PM
If nothing else, it does beg an interesting question: Who decides the criteria for who is 'worthy' of being saved in this type of scenario?
There are clearly different types of groups in this world. TPTB would have an entirely different criteria of their own. Each organized religion, no
doubt, would have criteria based on those who believe as they do, in their God and their religion and way of worship.
Should it be the powerbrokers, those people who are now curtailing our freedoms and robbing us blind? Should it be the scientific minds? And yet
science seems to eschew the metaphysical, because it may not be imperically provable. Or what of the thinkers, the dreamers, the idealists and
artists? What makes one person more worthy than another? What is better, those who worship war and strife, or those who would hold love and peace and
freedom above all else? Each person would answer differently according to their perception of reality and morality.
After all, depending on the criteria of those doing the choosing, one who believes differently may well prefer to die than to be saved along with
those who's reality is diametrically opposed to theirs.
My own belief is rather simple, when I really think about: The Universe will I assure that I am where I am meant to be, when I'm meant to be there.