We crave to know what is there, so that we can prepare ourselves properly.
With clever gadgets and formulas we may have a glimpse into the unknown.
But what becomes known is not interesting anymore.
And we hasstle even more to unreveal what we think it is hidden.
Some of us believe in superstitions to feel like being in control of the future, and others laugh at us that we believe in stupid things like animals’ influence on our future.
As life instructions say, the ultimate power against looming chaos might be in connecting the opposites, day and night, white and black, earth and sky, singular and plural, etc. They say you get it when you accept that each of us have evil and good in us. And apparently the missing thing to reunite the opposites is… Love. This is what was told at the end of the book I was listening to these days. It is about how to approach the future as a single person.
It sounds new-agey but, in terms of collective, this is what might be needed in our daily lives as well. We are not separated physically, we can’t be. The radiowaves of Schumann resonances are very long; it is as long as the Earth’s circumference (for 7.83 Hz). Those information carriers are traversing each of us each moment. Who knows what it is doing to our bodies. It is better to think about Love. It might help to bring the hell of reality and the heaven of our dreams into what is objectively good for each of us.
The journey is long, the list of things to do even more so. Ukraine, Russia and the world should get to work, but this time with the utmost trust. Because the bitterest enemies of yesterday might become the loyalest partners of tomorrow. Stop wars, build bridges. When you have a common goal, you behave predictably good to one another.
PS. As I chose to be transparent, I continue not to betray my ideals. Doing so, I should be careful not to hurt people who do not believe what I say, so I don’t give names here. I had another rejection, maybe it is bad or maybe good. It depends on how I interpret things. Thanks to the universe that I am not good at communication, and I don’t have a big audience so I am not “successfully” spreading the disaster for the moment. But given enough time, we might persevere to improve at what we do everyday, and accidentally we might do what is regrettable. So, how to avoid the future global flood? A future coalition, a network of eco-cavalries and eco-herders can be policy makers as well. Self-regulation might be an option. We were together in the beginning of this, let’s continue until the logical happy end.