There is a lot of talk about the world coming to an end physically from fearful, pessimistic, doomsday naysayers. No…the world is not coming to an end in December 2012. I don’t believe that for a second. The world is coming to an end the way we know it. We are already experiencing that.
The old system must be abolished in order for a new beginning to take place. I believe we must prepare for another economic crisis just in case. It’s always good to expect the best but prepare for the worse. It never hurts to prepare. There is nothing to fear but fear itself. Fear is an illusion.
Things can get worse before they get better. History repeats itself. It’s a cycle. It might take quite a few years, but positive change is coming for our world. We must focus on love which is the answer, and also we must be the change that we want to see in the world.
That might sound like a load of “Hog wash” but, I’m serious about this. I was born and raised in the church…a Pastor’s daughter. So I know about the “Talk of the town,” these days, which is, “we are going to perish except for a chosen few.” I was once a doomsday naysayer many years ago, but gladly gave that up.
Below is an article that I found on the “End Of The World” subject from Natural News and I am sharing it with you. Maybe you would find it quite as interesting as I have. Enjoy!!
One in five Americans believes the world is coming to an end; many point to 2012 prophecies
(NaturalNews) Even I was surprised at the results of a recent Ipsos Global Public Affairs poll of over 16,000 people around the world. The poll, underwritten by Reuters, sought to determine the percentage of people who believe the world is coming to an end in their own lifetime. Astonishingly, the two countries with the highest percentage of people who believe in such a thing were Turkey and the USA.
The nations with the lowest number of people believing the world is coming to an end (in their lifetimes) include Belgium and Great Britain.
Globally, about one in seven people believe the world is coming to an end, and about one in ten believe it will happen in 2012.
Of course, the meaning in all this is difficult to nail down, given that everybody’s definition of “the world coming to an end” is different. For some people, the shopping mall being closed is the end of their world. For many of today’s teens, the “end of the world” means losing their texting device.
In my mind, the “world coming to an end” means TEOTWAWKI, or a total grid-down situation with economic collapse, mass starvation and a massive collapse of human population. But even I don’t think that’s going to happen in 2012.
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