posted on Nov, 18 2011 @ 02:24 AM
We're all anxiously waiting on "The Nothing" to come, that something which cannot be faced and feared and conquered or in anyway confronted because
it is a faceless adversary, or is it a friend? We are much like sheep being led around a tight corner, funneled into the slaughterhouse, but unable
to see what is around the corner. Or is it that we are like children on Christmas Eve?
I've had this feeling for some time, but I've recently come to the conclusion that this feeling is nothing more than a sort of anticipation of life.
After all, it isn't everyday we expect a big change, but it is every so often that we realize one is past due. We know this by our life experience.
We know that one change follows another, which follows another, which follows another, and we have learned through experience, when to expect the
next big change based upon its relativity in the causal chain of big changes.
A change is coming. The majority wanted it, and when it wasn't quite what they had in mind, they didn't want it, but they still want change.
Whatever is to come will come in its own good time, for better or for worse. Until then make plans to live for tomorrow, just stay flexible enough to
adapt your plans to a wide plethora of possible futures.