Tuesday, 11 March 2014
THE END OF THE WORLD NOT TO COME.
My crown is in my heart, not on my head, nor decked with diamonds and Indian stones, nor to be seen: My crown is called content: A crown it is, that seldom kings enjoy. I am content that I live only once and after that nothing just as nothing before and when we cannot find contentment in ourselves, it is useless to seek it elsewhere, as in heaven or hell.
Year after year we hear and even get immensely closer to prognostications of the end, the end of times. Obviously the world might not be prepared to come to a crashing end and there is nothing like a peaceful end, imagine your carcass about to be cremated and suddenly you eavesdrop through a hole in your casket, "go peacefully and rest in perfect peace," what on earth is peaceful about burning in that unmentionable heat or what makes death peaceful, so in certainty the world can not tumble down peacefully. Think twice if you expect the end of the world, that would never be pretty nor sweet.
No man is happy without a delusion of some kind. Delusions are as necessary to our happiness as realities.
The world as we know perhaps exploded or was manipulated out of nothing which is tantamount to the world as we find enigmatic to concede that it might implode or be conjured into nothingness. A lot has been foretold about the end times, but as life chooses to carry on, religious and man made beliefs seem not enough to diminish our earth as inclination to the end times. Mother Nature would be the perfect authority to end the world, as mentioned, AN ENORMOUS ASTEROID 'will' smash into earth on 26 August 2032 with a force 50 times greater than the most powerful nuclear bomb, claimed astrologists.
The secret of contentment is knowing how to enjoy what you have, and to be able to lose all desire for things beyond your reach.
Natural disasters, such as super volcanoes and asteroids, pose such risks if sufficiently powerful. Human caused, or "anthropogenic", events could also threaten the survival of intelligent life on Earth. These anthropogenic events could include catastrophic global warming, nuclear war, or bioterrorism. The Future of Humanity Institute believes that human extinction is more likely to result from anthropogenic causes than natural causes.
Fear of the perfect damnation. Apocalyptic believe is concerned with the end of human civilisation. This apocalypse is typically portrayed as being due to a potentially existential catastrophe such as nuclear warfare, pandemic, extraterrestrial attack, impact event, cybernetic revolt, technological singularity, dysgenic, supernatural phenomena, divine judgment, runaway climate change, resource depletion, ecological collapse, or some other general disasters. Somehow the real fear within humanity is the fact that we vainly seek immortality and the reason every man disgust mortality is that, no man hopes to die expecting humanity to continue. So why not come up with unsubstantiated stories of the end times to comfort depressed souls.
Don't throw away the old bucket until you know whether the new one holds water.
Our impudent salvation, ever heard of some of the unsolved mysteries, have you ever tried to solve any without doubt, bias or subjectivity? Try solving these, Does God exist or not? The Egg or the Chicken which came first? What happens after death? Was the World Created or Evolved post the Big Bang? With the burden of prove on any intellect, these simple questions are a few of many that prove that men and the world we inhabit are mere empty entities. Truly in terms of morality, war and peace, religion has been the back bone of humanity but wearily religion had blinded our insight to acknowledge the fact that this world is not ending any sooner. The hopes and vanities of better life after life had so many been misled or made to believe false prophecies.
Before the 22nd of February 2014 the end of the world was almost upon us if Norse mythology is to be believed, which predicted the Earth will split open and release the inhabitants of the underworld to consume ours.
In the context of mysticism, the phrase, End Times, refers metaphorically to the end of ordinary reality and reunion with the Divine. In many religions it is taught as an existing future event prophesied in sacred texts or folklore. More broadly, eschatology may encompass related concepts such as the Messiah or Messianic Age, the end time, and the end of days.
Was Nostradamus not quite certain of how the world will come to an end? He does not spend any words on an after the end of times vision, which may lead us to the conclusion that there won’t be any ‘after the end time situation.’ Does that mean that there won’t be any survivors? His description of the end of time is short and almost businesslike, suggested by specialists. He predicts that the World will undergo great floods after which the total destruction of the world will take place when a Comet storm will reach the Earth and scorch us into extinction.
The End works out perfectly for each individually, by chance, coincidence and implicated by cause and effect. Caution has its place, no doubt, but we cannot refuse our support to a serious venture which challenges the whole of the personality. If we oppose it, we are trying to suppress what is best in men, our daring and our aspirations. And should we succeed, we should only have stood in the way of that invaluable experience which might have given a meaning to life. What would have happened if you were not born?
The Idealist approach, projects the events of Revelation as neither past nor future, but as purely symbolic, dealing with the ongoing struggle and ultimate triumph of good over evil. For instance, if you're reading this story, it means the world might not have ended on Dec. 21, 2012. Despite reports of an ancient Maya prophecy, a mysterious planet on a collision course with Earth, or a reverse in Earth's rotation, we're still here.
Remember if we love one another, God lives in us and His love is made complete in us.