posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by samstone11
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being excited as Dec. 21st 2012 approaches, with exception. If you are hoping to see total devastation and
carnage, billions dead, the end of life on Earth as we know it, then maybe your excitement is misplaced.... I see excitement as a happy emotion and
being happy for destruction is not good in my opinion anyway.
The thoughts of an impending apocalypse may be confusing and could lead you to feel on edge, stressed, and worried - this could be confusing and
mistaken as excitement.
I know I have been excited for the Dec. 21st, 2012 date for several years now. It's not because I believe anything will or will not happen like many
expect, though I am more than a little curious about the outcome. I don't have a vested interest in seeing anything happen, one way or the other - no
bets or beliefs
I am increasingly excited by the fact of this date coming to pass in my lifetime. Really, how many times does an ancient calender's end-time date
take place in a person's lifetime? In a century? In a Millenium? In 10,000 years? etc...
We are truly blessed with the opportunity to experience such a historic event from our ancient past.
Regardless of what does or doesn't take place, I will be having a good time for the week leading up to the date and hopefully a week or more after!
I hope everyone realizes just how rare this experience is and joins me in a celebration of the calendar's end date. I will also be documenting the
days before, during, and (hopefully) after, so I can show the kids who are too young to understand it or were not even born before the date. I might
even discover something about the event I had not realized while it was happening.