Friday, August 14, 2009

Positive Outcomes to the Current Disaster

The rainbow and the waterfall is a symbolic rendition of the article today. We are going to look at washing out the old ways and finding our pot of gold. Its hard to be positive when we are in the beginning stages of a terrible depression such is the case at this time. But I determined to find something positive to write about without being impractical and this is what I came up with.

All other sites I have seen that attempted to put out something positive focused on airy, fairy concepts or unrealistic points. I think I have come up with something good to look forward to for all of us, other than the few who will lose their grip on the masses. Some are finally admitting that the economic disaster will most likely last until 2011. However, that implies that everything will return to normal in a couple of years. Fortunately, that will not be the case.

I say fortunately because going back to the old ways would only set up the same scenario over and over again. Not to mention all of the negative aspects associated with the way things have been run up until now.

The word paradigm refers to a the set of circumstances followed by societies. The current paradigm that we have been in for much too long is not going to be around after this shake out is all over. So, you may as well get used to the fact that things will not return to how they were in two years, or ever for that matter.

But this as a good thing. A good thing for 99.9% of the people and the earth itself, that is. The beneficiaries of the old paradigm would not see it that way though. Off course not. They are the behind the scenes creators of everything that is wrong with the world. And everything about it is created for their benefit at the extreme expense of all of us.

In this, the way things have been operating, peoples' lives have no value except for the benefit that they might bring to the few. Suffering and death are profitable. The destruction of the earth may be of short term benefit to some also and so this is pursued systematically.

So, try to prepare to get through the worst of it and remember, much better times than you can probably imagine are ahead of us.


  1. I agree with you.The transition to a new way of life will be painful for most,but it is necessary.

  2. Very beneficial to people. Great post. Oh, and gorgeous photograph. ;)