Originally posted by DISRAELI
reply to post by omnihue
It's odd, though, isn't it, that some of the hopes they cling to are so pessimistic.
Not much comfort in the idea of "pole shift" and catastrophic flooding.
There are a lot of people out there that either hate their lives or are bored with it. They want something different and what they think is
"exciting" to happen.
Even with many natural disasters that happen (and have happened, and will always happen), or some terrorist attack somewhere, or another war
happening, for many it may or may not affect them. They still get up when the alarm goes off, get dressed, go to work, earn their paycheck, come home,
eat dinner and then go to bed.
As humans we tend to fantasize, day dream or imagine how things would be different. We tend to romanticise too what we day dream or imagine, many
times not realizing the horrors a natural disaster or a war would bring to our daily lives.
Just ask those that have lived through one. They tend to day dream about having a normal, non-exciting life.
All you have to do is look:
1) How many out there play online games where they live in a different world? There are those that play games where you're the hero, defeating the
evil orcs and dragons, saving the day. Or running around playing solder in a virtual world in a war. Or commanding a starship, saving the
galaxy.........and there are even games that simulate real life itself, no fantasy, no SciFi, (sort of like Second Life).
2) The movies, TV shows and books we read. It's entertainment, but many use these to escape their lives that they are actually living for a while.
Does this make people that wish for something like a crustal pole shift to happen crazy? Are people who hope that Nibiru is real and will pass by the
Earth for real crazy?
Well, I'm not an expert on that, but in my humble opinion, they wish these things because they just want change.....many say they wish it, but don't
really think it would happen at all.
But again, those that have actually lived through some horrible disaster or war, will tell you the same thing:
All you crave afterwards is that nice quite life you were living before hand.