Go placidly amid the noise and haste,
and remember what peace there may be in silence.
As far as possible without surrender
be on good terms with all persons.
Speak your truth quietly and clearly;
and listen to others,
even the dull and the ignorant;
they too have their story.
Avoid loud and aggressive persons,
they are vexations to the spirit.
If you compare yourself with others,
you may become vain and bitter;
for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.
Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
Are you prepared for an emergency? Power outages, flood damage, panic community behaviors at the stores? Truth is even a few days without heat and electricity, food and water, can be life-threatening.
Here is a list of essentials I’ve compiled from my own experience last winter, and from friends in the FB clan. Do what you can to stock up and not be caught OUT IN THE COLD if something comes down in your region of the world.
From long-time friend, Kurt Rampley, these two provocative drawings. The first, to the left, he entitled “space face,” which he says just “came to him.” The second he describes as a “human descending to a dual starred planet,” a vision of how our race could be “spread through space in never ending forms.”
There is a wonderful small book with a big message written by Thich Nhat Hanh called “Love Letter to the Earth”, which has inspired me to write this blog.
Most of us live our daily lives without much thought to Mother Earth – we get up, have a shower (those of us fortunate enough to have a shower and hot running water), brush our teeth, grab some breakfast, rush off to work or get the kids to school… and so the day continues – we fill our minutes and hours with frenetic activity until its time for bed – even then many of us have trouble sleeping! OK maybe some of us do think of the environment and so forth but how many of us truly give much thought to the Earth and what it means to us.
By Patricia Cori
What if someone told you that every living creature on the planet plays a part in some unheard but incredible symphony of the very Earth itself, and that the music of Homo sapiens is just a drop in the orchestral ocean?
For over a decade I have been singing this message to my readers. The world is alive in an infinite opus that has the rhythm of the waves, the song of whales and dolphins – even the minute whispers of the insect world – playing the song of the earth in one exquisite symphony.
Excerpts taken from the book – Beyond Area 51 by Mack Malone
You may have read or seen video footage about the alleged alien “ambassador,” who called himself J-Rod, who was one of two surviving Greys captured when their craft crashed in Kingman, Arizona, in the early fifties. The photo above is said to be one of the rare images of the being to be leaked out of Area 51.
A man by the name of Dan Burisch was a “microbiologist who worked for naval intelligence and the Defense Intelligence Agency from 1991-1996 and at one point went to work at Area 51/Groom Lake and then S4.”