posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:00 PM
Hi, you may or may not have viewed any number of my posts, among the various forums here. Well, this is one of my few actual threads, and it's a
question that lately has continued to swirl around my brain.
We apparently do live in rather uncertain times, unless of course you are a true conspiracy theorist and think it's all according to plan etc
But regardless of whether we are right or wrong, in our expectations of what is to come, time moves forward and we march endlessly to the beat of its
drum. That's to say, we're all getting older and these crazy (and not so crazy) ideas we share age along with us.
So how many of you have considered that nothing really is going to happen?
No NWO takeover.
No Alien disclosure.
No Comet Elenin crashing into the Earth or Moon.
No worldwide natural disasters and the FEMA camps that entail.
Picture yourself 30 years from now. Nothing happened. Are you disappointed? As much as we all love the comfort of the lives we lead, we also seek
change. Some view change, good or bad, as overall a benefit to progress. From our obvious fascination with all things "conspiracy" related, I would
think we all are hoping for some massive worldwide changes, and hopefully soon-ish.
But in reality, if our history is to be a primer for our future, then life will continue here as normal.
No NWO, no Aliens, no Elenin, and no natural disasters.
We all try to convince ourselves that we're ready for big change!
But how many of you are ready and prepared for absolutely nothing interesting to happen in your lifetime?
Thanks for reading.