Wednesday, December 8, 2010

All Our Strength is in Our Union

All our strength is in our union;
All our danger in discord.
Therefore, be at peace henceforward
And as brothers live together.

~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Of Note: It is predicted that one day we will all speak the same language. Many believe that language to be English, and for a time that may be the case. But the day is coming when we will communicate exclusively the same language of telepathy, and words will no longer be necessary. That also means that secrets will be a thing of the past, and people like Julian Assange will be out of business. Poor Julian. He pulled the tiger's tale and then complained when he got bit. Have his leaks been embarrassing to some? Yes. Is it the end of the world as we know it? No. Some believe that communication Armageddon has arrived but we will work through this issue of leaky documents and came out of it a little wiser on the other side. It provides a good lesson on the road to universal telepathic communication, which will commence in the period when we know without a shadow of a doubt that all brothers are ONE. We can start down that road by acting AS IF today.

Today's Weather Report: The sun has been peeking out all day displaying its shine for all to see. After so many days of clouds, the effect was startling when I opened my eyes this morning. It was like I was welcoming an old friend back to the neighborhood. At 18 degrees Fahrenheit, it is cold but not frigid--though the sun provides an illusion of warmth. Those who are lulled into thinking it's warmer than it is are in for a rude surprise. On another note, it is the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's murder outside his New York apartment. Here is a man who obviously spent some time in the invisible realms. The song, Let It Be, which he co-wrote with Paul McCartney, gave us a hint as to what was happening in another part of his mind. The hauntingly familiar lyrics contain this message: "And when the night is cloudy, there is still a light that shines on me, shine on til tomorrow, Let it Be." Rest in peace John Lennon, thank you for reminding us even though your light was prematurely snuffed out, the light of the world shines without fail.