Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Loud Silence: (Unedited): 21 Dec 2011:

The mind becomes loud. When the distractions are silenced. C.J.MacKechnie
 The mind gets used to all of the meaningless activities of modern everyday life. Which is why when the electricity goes out, the internet connection is interrupted. The young ones and even the older ones become quickly bored. I've often wondered if there is an addictive nature to technology or an overwhelming emotional preference for personal entertainment devices from radio to Televisions, From record albums to MP3 downloadable. From play station games to computer websites. All of these distractions, which never affords a person to discover their own genius or gifts.
What is it about silence which can be so disturbing? Is it because all of the technological distractions causes the mind to depend on an outside influence to lead the brains thinking activities. Then when there is nothing to lead the brain into thoughts. The brain begins to become uncomfortable or anxious. I wonder if the brain has become convinced that the technological world has become the preferred real world over the hard living actual world in which the rest of our bodies reside.
Turn off all of the technology and re-introduce yourself to you, your spouse and to your children.
Turn off the technology and connect with the divine. Just sit and listen in quiet.
The divine is GOD,  GRANDFATHER or however you call the ONE.
To avert all of the coming bad and sad prophecies. We each must decide to do the following everyday, every hour, every minute and every second.

To Love one another.

To live in peace with everyone.

To exist in harmony with all.

To Cherish all life.

To be obedient to the Laws of God.

To become righteous and holy by the accepting eyes of God only.
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