Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year's message

Looking forward to 2010, my thought is, it has to be better than 2009. There are no guarantees however. There never were and there never will be. There's only hope or lack of it. If you give in to despair forever will it dominate your destiny. So manufacture whatever hope you can and make it real.

Monday, December 28, 2009


There is a spiritual transformation underway. You are not going to hear about it on the Network News because traditional media is not attuned to that 'message'. It is more likely to be yearning one feels in the heart; for ascension to a higher plane of consciousness is a personal goal.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Quality of Life

I think, asking if there will be life after 2012 is the wrong question to ask. Should the question be instead -- what will the quality of life be after 2012? Shouldn't it be asked right now about 2009?

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Solutions rather than revelations

Ultimately what benefits humanity the most are not revelations but solutions. The solution required is to give rather than take, share rather than hoard, and strive to be humble instead of proud.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The right thing to do

I've often wondered how anything positive ever gets done in this world when all I hear are the excuses why it can't. If the same energy was put into 'doing' that was put into giving excuses, a hell of a lot would be getting done.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

How can you prepare for 2012?

Bringing forth the inner you as the Golden rule suggests. "Loving the smallest and least significant as if they are largest and most significant is the mandate". Do you think you have it in you to follow a simple rule?

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Is 2012 the price we pay for selfishness?

Selfishness of every variety is clearly a contaign of epic proportion upon the face of the Earth. One can deduce from this that the human ego is the source of all of our problems. This viral infection dominates human ways and means in every segment of Society, spiritual as well as corporal. Should it be a matter of public policy to address this concern?