Pete Seeger’s hymn to life continues to reverberate and resonate:
“No storm can shake my inmost calm…
…Since love is lord of heaven and earth,
How can I keep from singing?...”
Maybe the “big one” is just around the corner; maybe it is, maybe it isn’t.
Maybe Fukushima, the biggest nuclear disaster in our history, will continue to decimate the Pacific Ocean, its islands and its shorelines—maybe so but maybe not.
Maybe our (former) rulers will continue to follow the Revelations script they wrote—maybe yes, maybe no.
Maybe World War III is on the horizon, but it hasn’t materialized, despite warmongering efforts.
But these are certain:
Never in history has so much cosmic and personal energy of enlightenment, benevolence and opportunity infused us all.
Unshakable optimism results from fusing our souls with our physical, mental and emotional aspects.
Since all is energy, we create via our thoughts, words and feelings.
The present moment is the only remaining relevant part of time.
Joy, peace and abundance arrive on every breath if invited.
All with whom we share life—every rock, blade of grass, personality, star—mirror our other selves.
Earthly life is a temporary and beautiful part of our eternal journey.
Chaos presents unique opportunities. Humanity is on the cusp of a huge leap in spiritual evolution, which begins deep in the heart of each person. We are rediscovering our natural divinity, our deep attachment to Mother Earth, cooperation and unity with one another and galactic citizenship. Each of us must choose fear or love, continuing enslavement to the greedy corporate agents of the old world or the experience of infinite liberation and expansion of our capabilities. We are becoming Homo spiritus and will birth a new world based on love and compassion. This site contains information and personal development skills for the transformation.
Sue McIntosh, M.D., retired early from the practice of medicine because of severe fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis. She has spent the past decade healing herself and researching how the world really works (or doesn’t), healing methods, food, spirituality and the unique potentials that await us during our personal makeovers and discoveries. She is an organic vegetable gardener and a cheerleader for real food and clean water. She is the optimistic “Crazy Lady” of her town and writes, teaches and explores during this chaotic period of transition from old world to new.
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