... and that is the ignorance from people of little faith in anything.
I'm going to come out and paint this picture nice and clear. The whole May 21st thing, sure it is probably bunk. I don't buy into it all that much,
and people have painted reasons as to why not to buy into it. That is all fine and dandy but what angers me the most is when people decide to ignore a
prophecy by creating their own, thus becoming completely ignorant hypocrites.
While nothing will probably happen tonight into tomorrow, the mark of the ignorant is upon those who will deny any possibility that something MIGHT
happen. The truly open minded are the ones that defiant to all naysayers, believe that even if the possibility is so slim, so meager, there is still a
CHANCE that something just might happen with this prophecy.
And that is how all predictions should be, especially ones that have gained quite a bit of ground. I understand that people are angered by the fact of
so many failed predictions in the past, but please people - the actions of some are giving birth to the utterly faithless, the complacent, and the
unwarned. I have seen it with this, I see it with 2012, and I have seen it in the past.
It is fine to doubt, but when people flat out declare that "come May 22nd everything will be normal" they are becoming the prophets themselves. Why
should we believe them anymore than anyone else? They do not give creed to possibility, and their only faith lies within the utterances of their own
minds. Their selfishness outshines all bounds of possibility by declaring that they somehow know what the future holds while denying the words of
Now don't get me wrong here. I am not saying that people should run around in fear and scream that the end of the world is coming. What I am saying is
that something that could change the world in its entirety could happen at any time - YES including a prophetical date that has become popular, People
seem to think that once a prediction goes main stream that come that day, everything and everyone is invincible. There is no possible way that
anything could happen then... why? Because it leads to people questioning their lacks of faith.
People get so worked up over failed prophecies on here, because they are the ones that work themselves up over it. In fact, it is usually the people
that are the most hardcore deniers of such prophecies that speak out the most afterward, as if it was their lives that were affected by such a thing.
Some people have even gone so far as to want to BAN prophecies altogether simply because it does not mesh with them and because they do not have the
self control to remain away from such topics that they don't like.
I summarize by saying this. Prophesies should be taken with AT LEAST a grain of salt. Anything less is ignorance on the verge of selfishness. Anything
more, without substantial evidence and proof of forthcoming, is paranoia on the verge of insanity. No one can tell me that precognition is not real in
some form, as I have experienced it myself and know others personally who have done the same. Recognize that the separation between truth and faith is
not a judgment for you to pass off onto everybody, but a personal decision for each person to make. If you are incapable of this mature decision, then
I think it is best that you leave the prophecies to the adults who can handle them and see them for what they truly are: a tiny leap of faith, that
has equal chance disappointment as it does in fulfillment.
Thank you for your time.
edit on 20-5-2011 by gwydionblack because: grammar fix