Originally posted by nimbinned
reply to post by saladfingers123456
Thanks for your comments. You might be new as well but your message is strong and resonant.
I would be delighted if everything I'm feeling is false, that I'm delusional in some way and that life is just going to kick on without any type of
cataclysmic event or chain of events, but ...........
Firstly I want to say that I really like the intent of your thread. Your so right, we should always appreciate what we have. A great way to do this is
to reflect that it will all be gone some day, sooner or later, because even if the world doesn't get turned inside out, these bodies have an expiry
I used to be very concerned about the state of the world, I could see so much bad, so much was wrong, and I was convinced we were headed for
inevitable catastrophe. Chemtrails, man made pandemics, catastrophic financial collapses, lying media, needless wars, systemic corruption everywhere I
looked, solar flares, pole shifts, nuclear holocaust, earthquakes blah blah blah...
Yes most of it's real, or potentially real, but hell, there's only so much of it you can take. Sometimes I think it's unhealthy for us to know all
Anyway, one day I had the opportunity to talk to a very intelligent American monk about all this stuff. I knew he was very smart, but I didn't
realize he was incredibly intuitive. We sat under a tree one day and talked. I will never forget it, he actually could read my thoughts! I would never
have believed it, but several times before I could ask my question, he gave me the answer very casually, with a twinkle in his eye. The most
incredible of experiences. He was very humble and unquestionably psychic.
Before I left him he turned to me and said "your worried about the future of the world" I said "yea" then he said "I'm going to make a
prediction, (I was all ears at this point) the next fifty years will be much like the last fifty. There will be ups and downs, ebb and flow, like the
waves of the ocean. But in the end, good will triumph, against all the odds."
All I know is you don't meet people like that every day, I've never met anyone before or since that has openly read my mind. The experience has
Call me crazy, but my money is now on fifty years of 'ebb and flow' with nothing too earth shattering in the mean time. The world will go on, even
if some of us don't.