The Truth Will Set You Free: Hurricane Katrina
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Hurricane Katrina - The message to the World
As the winds gusted through
from their television screens. Everybody had his or her own understanding of this historical event. Listening to people who were not near the scene but had answers to why it had to happen, I couldn't help but notice some of the Christian perspectives the most.
Several had a hidden sigh of relief as though he or she needed evidence of being right about the end times for the world. It was as though disastrous situations such as wars, hurricanes, earth quakes etc. propelled their egos and made them more determined to judge those who did not receive their religious concepts. They seem to be praying for more and more evidence not knowing their energy fields of thought is provoking disaster. Fear instead of love is their drawing force to get people to know their God. When an individual doesn't bow down to their perspectives, they rather damn them than to love them.
I've been in this world long enough to know every generation suffers
some form of calamity. There were times we didn't know what was going on in distant states or far off countries because we didn't have modern conveniences of reporting the news as it happens. It appears as though the world is in a hopeless state more now than ever. Yet, life continues to go on as always. If there is not anything new under the sun, what is the big deal here? Is the world coming to an end or is it the reality that each individual life is coming to an end?
Hurricane Katrina was a much deeper experience than any media or religious person has revealed. The truth is it revealed the soulful state of humanity as a whole and the souls of individuals. There is nothing happening by chance. Each action in life is energized with a thought. The powerful thought behind Hurricane Katrina is: Life is fleeting - a twinkling of an eye. First you are here then you are gone. The world is still here.
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