i am really sorry for not talking at all like a lightworker, in everything i post here
.. what's happening ? ... Is the end of the world really nigh .. ? ... was all this information about nibiru and the mayan prophecy for the end of days, or even ascension for that matter spread by the illuminati?? .. there was really never any date ever, was it?? .. there really isn't any ascension .. we will remain as we always were, get worse even .. those dates were put up on the fuckin internet to spread fear among us, and then strike .. people are scared now .. now is their perfect opportunity ....
Though not the end, somethings indicating we're near it are happening now, Yellowstone, Gaza, Indo-Pak conflicts, and terrorism as a whole has increased ... i know many wouldn't call it the end, but just the beginning .. but what if, sending love doesn't mean anything at all ? shouldn't we do something rather that sit on the computer everyday ?? but, the problem now is, we can't do anything, can we ??... what if that made up prophecy is being fulfilled, now .. ?
and how not to fear it, the end of days, as they say it .. ? we haven't done anything to stop it yet, have we ? .. but most of 'em say it is inevitable .. what has to happen will happen, history repeats itself and this and that .. but now, is it worth even trying to rectify the problems which are upon us, if it's inevitable .. ??...
and even if we know we are the ones, what about those who don't know yet, don't think outside the box or, those who know and fear they might die ?? .. what about them ?? if there is any ascension, do they die and get lost in free space .. ?? do WE die .. ?? this question seems outrageous, and i m ready to, if i have to .. but not without doing anything here ... not before fulfilling my purpose .. but, what again is my purpose .. ??? when will i find out .. ? or rather, will i ever find it out .. ?? or just live the sort of life which i live all the time .... is what i do here a waste of time .. ?? my dad thinks so .. i know we should love ourselves, and i am not doing that at all while writing here .. but, i really can't help it now ..
what should i/we do .. ?? we all are going through difficult times, but what can we do about it .. ?? will we ever achieve world peace .. ?? will ascension really happen .. ?? because, i honestly don't know now what to believe and what not to ..
and as i talk about fear i remember something said by a girl(i forget the name), fear is the greatest impediment for the achievement of peace ...
Here it is ..
Welcome, everyone, on this beautiful afternoon. I only have five minutes, so I'd appreciate it if you'd -- thanks. Welcome everyone, on this beautiful afternoon to the commencement ceremony for the New School class of 2006. That was an excerpt of the song I learned as a child called "Living Planet," by Jay Manquita. I chose to begin my address this way because, as always, but especially now, we are living in a time of violence, of war, of injustice. I am thinking of our brothers and sisters in Iraq, in Darfur, in Sri Lanka, in Mogadishu, in Israel, Palestine, right here in the United States, and many, many other places around the world. And my deepest wish on this day, on all days, is for peace, justice, and true freedom for all people.
The song says, "We can change the universe by being who we are," and I believe that it really is just that simple. Right now, I'm going to be who I am and digress from my previously prepared remarks that I had been working on for the past several weeks. I am disappointed that I have to abandon the things I had wanted to speak about, but I feel that it is absolutely necessary to acknowledge the fact that this ceremony has become something other than the celebratory gathering that it was intended to be due to all the media attention surrounding John McCain's presence here today and the student and faculty outrage generated by his invitation to speak.
The senator does not reflect the ideals upon which this university was founded. Not only this -- please, not only this, but his invitation was a top-down decision that did not take into account the desires and interests of the student body on an occasion that is supposed to honor us above all and to commemorate our achievements. What is interesting and bizarre about this whole situation is that Senator McCain has stated that he will be giving the same speech at all three universities where he has been invited to speak recently, of which ours is the last, those being Jerry Falwell's Liberty University, Columbia University, and finally, here at the New School. For this reason, I have unusual foresight concerning the themes of his address today. Based on the speech he gave at the other institutions, Senator McCain will tell us today that dissent and disagreement are our civic and moral obligation in times of crisis, and I agree. I consider this a time of crisis, and I feel obligated to speak. Senator McCain will also tell us about his strong-headed self-assuredness in his youth which prevented him from hearing the ideas of others, and in so doing, he will imply that those of us who are young are too naive to have valid opinions and open ears. I am young, and although I don't profess to possess the wisdom that time affords us, I do know that preemptive war is dangerous and wrong, that George Bush's agenda in Iraq is not worth the many lives lost. And I know that despite all the havoc that my country has wrought overseas in my name, Osama bin Laden still has not been found, nor have those weapons of mass destruction.
Finally, Senator McCain will tell us that we, those of us who are Americans, have nothing to fear from each other. I agree strongly with this, but I take it one step further. We have nothing to fear from anyone on this living planet. Fear is the greatest impediment to the achievement of peace. We have nothing to fear from people who are different from us, from people who live in other countries, even from the people who run our government, and this we should have learned from our educations here. We can speak truth to power. We can allow our humanity always to come before our nationality. We can refuse to let fear invade our lives and to goad us on to destroy the lives of others.
These words I speak do not reflect the arrogance of a young, strong-headed woman, but belong to a line of great progressive thought, a history in which the founders of this institution play an important part. I speak today, even through my nervousness, out of a need to honor those voices that came before me, and I hope that we graduates can all strive to do the same. Thank you very much.
i want to ask a question ... i don't fear about me, but about humanity as a whole .... should i not ... ? am i wrong .. ?
everything i have posted here is all negative, nd so lots of love n light .. and sorry if you find reading all of it a waste ...