Thursday, November 18, 2010

Powerful is the Human Spirit

If we look at our planet from above,
we will observe particular vortices
of light and darkness.

The human spirit can create
powerful manifestations of energy.

One may state that the vortices of Light
are saviors of the equilibrium of the planet.

Nor is it far from the truth to state that
the vortices of darkness contain a
destructive gas which is not only deadly
to the crust of the planet but can alter
the climate and even significantly
affect the drift of the poles.

Thus, powerful is the human spirit.

~Master Morya
Fiery World I

Of Note: The world is having a heated debate about the cause of global warming and climate change. Does humanity have a hand in it or not? Tempers fly over the response to that question, and scientists argue about findings. Some of them have the seas rising until all cities adjacent to oceans are immersed in the not too distant future; others respond that this is only a typical cycle. Nothing new. Yawn. Let's go back to lunch. Master Morya weighed in on this matter in the early 20th century before climate change was even a part of the mass consciousness. He put the responsibility squarely on humanity. Climate change and other manifestations result from energy created by thought and, to those watching, this energy is visible. Love is Light and describes the natural response of the human spirit. When humanity discovers this fact, many of the problems we see around us will cease. Yes, maybe even the climatic ones.

Today's Weather Report: I will not cease to do this daily weather briefing before seeing some incontrovertible evidence that humanity has come around to Love. It may be awhile, but then I'm quite patient and am sure it will happen. Temperatures in the low thirties hang in there like glue. Next week is supposed to get frigid and will make this week look like summer. Clouds embrace the entire sky and let not one ray of sunshine through. Though, some must be streaming down as it is light outside and not dark. Always have to keep fact in mind when grousing about current weather conditions. Actually, every day we are alive is a good day; no, a great day. Oh, let's go farther, a wonderful day!