Our existence on Earth is fragile. Increase the temperatures a few degrees, lower them the same amount, or throw an asteroid at us, allow the superheated mantle beneath the crust of the Earth to burst forth, and we shall see just how vulnerable we are to the world we live in.
We seem to live in a pre-apocalyptic era. Predictions include several scenarios for the end of the world including galactic alignment, the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, a geomagnetic reversal, collision with Nibiru or some other interplanetary object, alien invasion or the Earth being destroyed by a giant supernova. This is just 2012.
Why does humanity as a whole seem so willing to accept the Armageddon as if its our legacy. I share many of the view I see on here of spiritual ascension but I also am of the opinion that time from a measurement point of view is ultimately an convenient (and useful) illusion we have created to provide a deeper understand of the world around us. I live each day with the idea that the next minute may be my last. I live with passion, that is very important to me, but I also live with a humility that there is no safe guard, no special assistance to be rendered if things go horribly wrong for the human species, except potential of humanity itself.
*Remain on earth as part of humanity as we know it now (remain ignorant, divided, fearful of death and oblivion)
*Submit your individuality and humanity to become Divinity (exist without mystery, questions and faith, reach the end of our journey)
What would your choice be? Because even with thought and assessing each scenario in all of their complexities and factors I really couldn’t tell you myself. All I know is I know myself and the scenario reminds me of love, most vividly the idea of sacrificing one freedom for another but also the difference between true love and unconditional love.
Tell me your thoughts in comments below, I have left this blog/rant open to criticism and debate. I am aware it may go unnoticed but perhaps that in itself is another ironic hint.