Monday, January 10, 2011

When the World Ends

In the days before cell phones, laptops, and even personal computers, before CDs, DVDs, and iPods, I dreamed I was visiting the neighborhood in which I had grown up. My vantage point was that of being above the town, but I don't remember being in a helicopter.

People in their homes were going about their business, acting as if nothing unusual was happening in their little town. I knew different, because I could see them – the roofs of their homes had been removed. They were oblivious to the fact that the government had full access to everything occurring in their homes.

In addition to their roofs being removed, fences surrounded each home, but the feel was more that the purpose of the fence was for confinement rather than for privacy.

I thought I should warn them that the government had full access to whatever was going on in their homes, and that they should fight for their rights, but they ignored me.

Their world, as they knew it, had ended, and they had acquiesced to "the powers that be."

In light of the strange occurrences in the sky right now, with birds dropping by the thousands (read Thousands of Birds Fall Out of the Sky – Is This The End?), we have to wonder if doomsayers could be partially right.

For some reason I've had numerous end-of-the-world dreams. I recount one of them in the article, December 21, 2012 – The End of the World As We Know It – Or Is It?

If you decide not to read it, you'll miss one of the best quotes I've ever read concerning the end of the world, so I will repeat it here. It was written by either Alli Shafer or Deborah Oakes:

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was about to end, it became a butterfly.

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