When the Poison Arrows Fall
Re: Don’t know how much, if any, you follow on happenings in the USA. Weather modification (skies being sprayed). Agenda 21. Depopulation. Mandatory vaccines forced on babies and adults. Thoughts on that? Doesn’t it scare you that all these things are taking place globally and in your land?
Too many good things in my life are balancing all those bad things.
MIND trumps MEAT in the MATRIX as long as you remember WHAT you are instead of WHO you are.
All these events are like an adventure movie. The meaner the villain, the more exciting the movie.
Remember Jack Burton (played by Kurt Russell in Big Trouble in Little China)?
“Just remember what ol’ Jack Burton does when the earth quakes and the poison arrows fall from the sky and the pillars of heaven shake. Yeah, Jack Burton just looks that big ol’ storm right square in the eye and he says, ‘Gimme your best shot, pal! I can take it!'”
In the words of Dr. Tomorrow …
“To survive today, you have to be able to walk on quicksand and dance with electrons.”
According to FM-2030 …
“The fluid people are those who do not have fixed or static identities, but who continually redefine themselves.”
It’s about PERSPECTIVE
I continually ask myself, “What will you be doing 200 years from today?”
Our inner world is projected on the screen of our outer world.
This is the best of all possible worlds.
Every day above ground is a good day.
The American Indians have a phrase, “This is a good day to die.”
I prefer, “This is a good day to LIVE.”
Andrew Moreno wrote (probably quoting Carl Jung) …
“The unconscious does the projection and the projection changes the world into a replica of one’s own unknown face, which isolates the subject from his environment.”
Greg Whiteley and his friends at Aquarian Lifestyle Research and Divine Spark Productions own forty acres of virgin timberland in northern Idaho, and raging forest fires threatened the buildings they built from the ground up with their own hands.
“What if your land burns down?” someone asked.
“I’d buy some more land. What else would I do, worry?” Greg replied.
According to my mentor, Swami Nitty-Gritty …
“I refuse to worry on the grounds that it corrodes my living soil.”