Originally posted by phroziac
Sure, i believe it. But the plejarian foundation? Do you really think were that gullible?
ok so none of them send advice?
To worry about the past is futile for to do so hampers our progress and success. Only unwise people wallow in the sadness, worry, pain, fear and
doubts of past events. Furthermore, it is also unintelligent and demoralizing to worry about tomorrow and other future matters, since by worrying
about things we repress and overlook truly important matters. This precipitates fidgetiness and incompetence in our manner of thinking, our feelings
and actions and leads, in turn, to faulty actions, thoughts, and failures which are encumbered with insurmountable hardships. Worrying about tomorrow,
the following day or other future days and times results in pessimistic promises, poor performances, as well as destructive thoughts, feelings and
actions, against which the individual is defenseless.
On every single day that exists in a future of tomorrows or the days-after-tomorrow or in days and times even beyond, we must influence and cope with
all those matters we cannot act against, change, influence or guide in such a way whereby we become the winners of the daily battles, so we gain the
greatest benefit of each day. We must continually conquer and assimilate fears, apprehensions, grief, worry, pain, doubt, and so forth to gain their
benefit and the best they offer us. We must not gather and amass yesterday's, today's and tomorrow's burdens into one package nor should we wallow in
them, for this can produce our collapse. Should any negative matters appear, regardless of how trying and shattering they may be, they are but a mere
episode in our lives, and within seconds they will irretrievably elude into the past. Hence, such negative matters should be conquered and assimilated
rationally and logically as swiftly as possible, so they do not become chronic burdens whereby grief, worry, fears, pain, doubt, apprehension, and
other things turn into headlocks for us and become a daily horror.
As a rule, rarely do the experiences and events of only the current day plunge us into fear, despair and the like. On the contrary. The experiences
and events of one day do not bring us to the brink of a nervous breakdown. Instead, we usually have on one hand the fears, apprehensions, worries,
grief and doubts for tomorrow, the day after that, and the future in general with the consequence that people often experience last-minute-panic
attacks. On the other hand we experience guilt for things that occurred yesterday, the day before or some other past time. Our memory seizes things of
the past at any cost which then create fear and the dread of what tomorrow and the near future may bring.
Our lives are very rich in substance. They are entwined and interwoven with countless negative and positive things. Still, it is within our power to
form our experiences into things with a neutral-positive balance, to cope with them and to live. May we all, therefore, make the most of each day
without fears, apprehensions, pain, grief, doubt, worry or the like. Instead, may we learn to conquer and master these things so we may be cheerful
and free and able to state with dignity in the last minute of our lives: "I have lived my life honorably and in evolutionary fulfillment, and to a
good measure I have satisfied the duties of the [Creational] laws."
'Billy' Eduard Albert Meier
edit on 17-9-2012 by HiGilgamesh because: (no reason given)