…when politics, religion, ambition and greed reign supreme.
In case it escaped anyone’s notice, it’s all about…the buck; and of course mainly passing it when it comes to self-responsibility.
Time and again, for decades actually, we’ve been warned. Now some things are disappearing, while other things make their appearance, both with deadly consequences. And sudden disasters like this mudslide that wiped out people, cars and homes in Chile were long foretold by Billy Meier as well.
Special political and profit motivated exemptions are made for companies to consume and pollute the water in California, which is becoming ever more scarce, the consequences of which are still not comprehended by most people.
Lip service is given to stopping the destruction of arts and antiquities by the IS, while Apple tap dances around it’s support of countries that murder gays. It’s already been pointed out that Qatar openly sponsors the genocidal maniacs of the IS.
All of this and, unfortunately, more are the result, the effect of our ill thought out actions, which prioritize profit über alles. So truth is indeed the first casualty but the ever-unfolding consequences take on mass suicide proportions.
It can seem beyond daunting to even try to make a difference. But those of us who’ve been studying the Meier material, especially everything connected to understanding and applying the Might of the Thoughts also know that it requires now a long, painstaking process of controlling our thoughts, of neutral-positive thinking and complete self-responsibility.
It took a long time for the obvious effects of the cumulative irresponsibility to appear, despite the still unimaginable denial of the profiteers, and it will take a long time to correct it. Coming together in study groups, discussing the various solutions, methods and insights will indeed serve us better than hand wringing. Still, every now and then a “reality check” is given. But to repeat, it’s not so we can moan and blame, etc. It’s so we can set the example by becoming conscious, responsible creators, with even small steps at a time.
I encourage the readers to now focus on discussing such things and leaving behind the futile criticisms. Let others pass the buck, it’s time we worked on and offered solutions.
Special thanks to Mike Basal, Chris Lock andAnnie Newman, Michael Turley.