posted on Apr, 7 2011 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by Unity_99
Generally I would agree that Love and Compassion are the way forward. However, it would be downright shameful to not stand up for battle against
aggressive militarised forces that threatened our God-given freedoms (to live as we collectively see fit, peacefully wherever possible, in harmony
with the universe and each other, without causing harm to anyone - as far as it depends upon us).
If these attacks as described in the OP were unprovoked or were persecutions by a strong enemy against a weak victim, then we would be morally
obligated to stand up and fight back. "Defend the weak, the widows and the orphans..." [paraphrased - Biblical, though I don't remember chapter
Krishna's dialogue with Arjuna, the context for the Bhagavad Ghita (about the appropriateness of combat in certain situations) springs to mind
whenever I read wishy-washy new age 'floatisms' such as those you just typed out.
[NB - 'FLOATISM' is a new word I just invented. Definition = overly sugary, unwisely optimistic meanderings, of generally vague/ 'floaty'
emotional wishful thinking]
To the OP - very interested by your dreams. I have very similar dreams all the time, and unlike yourself I tend to remember my dreams each and every
night. I genuinely believe we have opportunities to glimpse our future, or that of people/ beings that will interact with our own future. The nature
of time, the universe etc means that the future might well be informing the past, affecting the decisions we make in regard to our own progression
into whatever future is being revealed to us.