Will You Take Time For Small Change In 2012?

31 Dec

Thank you for reading, commenting, and sharing over the past two years.

My challenge to us all for 2012 is this.

Think small.

May God bless you and yours.

5 Responses to “Will You Take Time For Small Change In 2012?”

  1. Oliver K. Manuel January 2, 2012 at 12:56 am #

    Thanks for your powerful message! Can mankind find peace in a chaotic world?

    Observation, experimentation, study, meditation and prayer lead to the same conclusion:

    “Fear not! The universe is in good hands!”

    Click to access No_Fear.pdf

    1. Observations on our chaotic universe:


    2. Confirm experiments on the “Origin of Elements in the Solar System”


    3. Studies of nuclear rest masses reveal the energy source


    4. Consistent with the above conclusion of meditation and prayer:

    A blending of science and spirituality is our best hope for Peace in the New Year:

    Futile efforts by leaders of nations for control over Nature and science:

    a.) Global Climate Changes (1971-2011)

    Click to access Climategate_Roots.pdf

    b.) Corruption of Government Science (1961-2011)

    Click to access Summary_of_Career.pdf

    Set the stage for conflict in 2012: Occupy Wall Street? Tea-party? A quiet Sun? Economic collapse? Global Warming? Another Ice Age? Depression? Data manipulation? Terrorists? Freedom of information? Mutated flu virus? Americans to Gitmo? Drug abuse? WikiLeaks? Corruption? Genetically modified foods? Prison planet? Nuclear proliferation? Undeclared wars?

    If “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players,” as Shakespeare suggests:


    Then the world’s most powerful leaders are now trapped, like you and me, in a drama that may end in disaster if we do not find a path to peace.

    Science and spirituality are both great tools for accessing reality; But spirituality requires humility – the key missing ingredient in the search for world peace in 2012.

    May 2012 Bring Peace,
    Oliver K. Manuel

    • The Blissful Ignoramus January 2, 2012 at 11:16 am #

      “But spirituality requires humility – the key missing ingredient in the search for world peace”

      Could not agree with this more wholeheartedly, Professor Manuel. As I always say, “The root of all evil is Pride.”

      Thank you for all that you’ve done, and continue to do.

      • Oliver K. Manuel January 2, 2012 at 4:25 pm #

        Thank you for your kindness and for emphasizing that humility is the key missing ingredient.

        Most of my life was wasted showing others that I could be even more arrogant than they. I simply did not know how to live!

        That experience allowed me to recognize similarities in leaders of nations and sciences – and also to realize that they are probably now trapped in a drama, playing a role that they never intended.

  2. Jazza January 4, 2012 at 9:16 am #

    Oliver, Julia Gillard sure is

    Remember the “new Julia’ and the “old Julia” etc??

    Does even she know which version we are now “seeing”?

    Hm, it all reminds me of the movie starring Annette B(she married the serial womaniser bro of Shirley Maclaine) where her life is just an extension of her acting and she recycles the same emotions and speeches for private audiences as much as public ones!

    HOW to get such a person to wake up and change course?

    I think the bogan redhead has no clue and never will change–she will be gone soon enough as two years of the current polls won’t be tolerated without some change!

    God help us!

  3. Richo January 5, 2012 at 9:18 am #

    Saw come through the media stream today.

    Questions on notice by Senator Simon Birmingham.

    Australians face a growing black-hole to either the federal budget or household budgets that is being kept secret by Labor’s refusal to thoroughly model the impact of its carbon tax, according to Acting Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Senator Simon Birmingham.

    Click to access SBT636-639.pdf

    Essentially, Treasury have no idea what the carbon tax impact will be passed the forward estimates period. Hardly a comforting thought.

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