2012: The end of the world again?
Doomsday has been predicted many times before, yet such predictions have failed to materialize so far. Here's a look at some of history's most notorious Chicken Littles.
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I worrying no more so..
This Christmas, I have a wish for you, that you have a heart filled with Joy. A wise spirit, a controlled tongue, ears that hear only good and hands, that are always willing to help others in need. May you walk a path full of light and happiness. May you only receive and give goodness. May you laugh all the days of your life, enjoying each breathe as a new wonder. May the light in you remove any darkness from another in need. May you be a blessing to all those you meet. May the light within you be bright and your heart always young.. May the Creator bless you and yours.
no man knows the when the end shall come ,only the father knows .and it shall come like a thief in the night,you will not see it coming.so stop guessing ,for all we know it might be today or another 100,000 years.besides there are worse things than death out there.
Consider this more simpler scenario to ponder...
For some time now, we have been less and less enchanted with the pace of things. Everything has resorted to negativity, groups and extremes. Perhaps it is a simple flip of the switch and a shift over to positive and happier thinking minus all the addictions.
We aren't seeing the fiscal cliff issue resolved, the financial world is fully screwed up with no chance of continuance without correction. Fewer people have gainful meaningful employment and those that are employed are either living fantasies on top or overworked and exhausted. There are too many laws with flaws, bookkeeping that doesn't add up, paper and buttons that weigh us down. We are suppressed by groups and networks that could never be as powerful or influential if they were competing with individuals one on one. Nobody finishes the day and feels gratified with progress and accomplishment. It makes a lot more sense to surmise the shift than to call the end a lights out. The Rat Race became a Pig Pen. Time to restore balance and dismantle the Kool Aid stand.
don't believe the world will end but do believe the human race will end....
every species will go the way of the cave bear.. always has always will...
don't worry be happy. best philosophy ever.
This is tied up in the inability of man's ego to grasp that it will vanish on death and that all else will continue and change without him.
This is the same driver behind "global cooling", "global warming", and now "climate change". The poor masses are bamboozled into the idea they, as a species, are actually having a significant impact on the astronomical forces behind millions of years of weather change by those seeking to achieve more power by implementing more "solutions".
Fret not ---- as
They talk about entitlements since when is social security a entitlement ?I paid for it 35 years
since when is medicare a entitlement ?I also paid for that too. The problem is that it is going to people
who didn't pay one cent into it. If we are going over a cliff I am not jumping off! Don't trust the government
It has failed .The way things are going now you have to take care of yourself .Forget the Democrats and Republican's. Buy a gun and get ready to protect yourself buy a rifle too. don't forget the Bullets
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