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Last SPEECH - on a Dying World

World  (tags: humans, society, world )

- 3151 days ago -
The title says it. No nice words here. A final showdown speech for the human race. Things you don't want to hear, know and accept. Truth hurts.


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Eric Straatsma (3802)
Saturday October 2, 2010, 7:35 am
I agree with the logic, but there is still hope... Miracles can and do happen. What is the difference between a small miracle and a huge one? None..

There is no order of difficulty when it comes to miracles.. The only problem is that humans do not learn when they get things for free, like miracles. For example, a woman being healed of cancer through a miracle, still knows NOTHING about health laws and how to maintain or improve health.. She will get cancer again, and need another miracle, and then another, and then another.. Why not learn about the laws governing HEALTH, both personal and planetary?

Yes, many will die and suffer.. But near or at the end, there may come a time when a miracle is provided, for those who are left, because they are willing and able to learn and FOLLOW the laws of health. Everyone else will be asked to leave, or forced to.

A new Heaven and a new Earth.. or just one reborn? Who is to say?.. Anything is possible for Grandfather.. After all, Grandfather created this playground.. Just because a child destroys a playground, does not mean Grandfather cannot build another, from scratch.

Phillip I (67)
Saturday October 2, 2010, 9:04 am
Yep, it's kind of like riding along in the sub that is chasing the Red October - the one whose captain has ordered the removal of the safeties from the torpedo, which then Ramius deftly redirects back to its source - the crewman says, "You arrogant ass. You've killed *us*!"

However, there is more to the big picture. I don't know what to make of it, but there it is.:

I don't like "coincidences", or rather, I don't believe in them. It seems a huge "coincident" that the Mayan calendar completes an eon. That same calendar rather precisely predicted the arrival of the conquistadors, which certainly meant the end of civilization on the continent. I can't think of many things I'd consider worse than life under the Spanish....

My point is that, while there are going to be cataclysmic changes - the Earth will lose a huge portion of its population (human and non), the humans will lose their technology and learn some humility, the climate will be in a wild flux for a long time.... I don't necessarily think that humanity is utterly doomed.

That being said, having seen how dense and adamantly stupid humans are in their nurturing of their sankharas and how devoted they are to samsara, I don't know whether another gazillion years will make much difference one way or the other.......

Ben O (131)
Saturday October 2, 2010, 9:04 am
Mother Earth is crying:
-Won't someone help me please!
Can't You see I'm dying
from this dreadful disease...?

Just how stupid can mankind get...?
-Sorry folks we don't know, not yet...

Past Member (0)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 2:26 am
No problem Ralph.
If this planet is doomed we just take the other planet out of the trunk and carry on.
As usual.

John Goodspeed (79)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 8:47 am
I don't believe in "miracles" and am certainly going to hang the fate of the world on such a flimsy hook. I'm astonished that some of us seem willing to do so.

Terry King (113)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 5:21 pm
Bullshit! Don;t give in to cynicism! I believe in the innate goodness of the majority humanity! This very forum gives me hope that like minded people of good intent can do heroic things!

brigitte l (13)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 6:22 pm
We should try our best to help our world! we don't want future generations suffering!

William K (308)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 6:50 pm
This article was little more than a rant. Even if we have crossed the tipping point (and we may well have), we cannot simply give up.

Mary Coleman (148)
Sunday October 3, 2010, 8:55 pm
you guys know my feeling on the matter...better safe than sorry, and I'd rather try than not!!!!!

JustaHuman H (53)
Monday October 4, 2010, 4:13 am
I postet this as a severy alert. Not as a motivation to give up. God helps the one who is helping. So do what is your duty.

Alice C (1797)
Monday October 4, 2010, 9:06 am
I think we just have to get out **** together !
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