The End of the World as We Knew It

A friend sent me a link to a site with some interesting thoughts about the End Times. It discusses the Nazca lines, the pyramids, and the possibility that these sites, and others, may be trying to point out a link to a certain line-up of stars, and thereby a certain time in the future, when a great shift will occur. Certainly food for thought.

However if you search, you will come across so much information that it can be difficult to sift through it all and find the truth. In my book, and on my website, I discuss the Last Days because I do sense some kind of massive change coming, but if we look for it only with our five physical senses we could be in danger of missing the signs. Surfing the Tao is about learning how to hear the ‘Voice’; that great, all-knowing Force some call God, others the Tao. To do this we must quiet our minds and listen with our spirits. In doing this I have discerned the most important aspect of this terrifying notion of the End of Everything: practice love, every moment, of every day. Sounds simple, but it’s really not. It may be the hardest thing you’ll ever do. Because as I see it, it won’t be the ‘End of Everything’, just a big change, and in this next place, love will be the deciding factor. Surf the Tao, and you won’t need to worry about this at all. Those in the right state of consciousness, one of pure love, knowledge of God, the Tao, will see their world fade into a paradise. It’s not going to be about what ‘religion’ you belong to, but whether you are living in spirit.

http://survive2012.com/nazca_lines_4.php

The End of the World as We Knew It

The world we knew ended long ago.
Didn’t we know a place of peace before?
Perhaps it was only a dream.

Our planet suffers now
As a child left alone in the wilderness
Ignorance leads to starvation.

I cannot grieve for this doomed existence,
Yet I will know the sound of its final demise.

Not World War III.
Not a giant asteroid.
Not another ice age.
Not the anti-Christ.
Not the Battle of Armageddon.
Not the slaying of the dragon.

When every child’s tears turn to laughter.
This is the beginning of the world as we knew it.

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