Jack wrote this in February, 2006:
I saw a post on the Reiki group I mentioned yesterday, someone wanting all Reiki Masters to take a specific day for a world-wide healing project. Try to cure every ailment human beans have in one fell swoop.
Guess I’ll take a pass on that one.
Saw on one of the blogs the previous day that the world population has reached 6.5 billion.
I’m not overly fond of the human genre. My general feeling is that 650 thousand would be a more salubrious number of souls to occupy the mudball, though I’d be pleased enough with 6.5 million if I didn’t have to live in close enough to see what they were doing.
On the other hand, 13 billion’s all right. That would happen a decade from now if humanity prospers. It’s okay by me because I feel 100 percent confident it won’t happen. A long time before 13 billion human numbers will come nearer to reaching 650 thousand.
This certainty is based more on gut feel than anything else. I suppose there’s a segment of the younger population who can fathom 26 billion souls, or 52 billion squeezed up here, elbowing one another when they’re my age, clogging the highways with quantum RVs, playing golf and watching television.
Everything I know about the way the life-energy-matrix on this planet works and has always worked tells me otherwise.
More likely there’s a surprise brewing out there in the life-soup somewhere between here and 13 billion humans to do a bit of culling. I’d call it a tragedy if I weren’t certain all you humans will end up in another life afterward. One where they don’t have television, most likely.
If some of you blogsters are accomplished remote viewers, take a peek at anything you find interesting after 2012.
Just my thought to brighten your day.
You folks who are spending your lives on autopilot figuring there’s plenty of time to get your affairs in order later might want to do some thinking about that.
The number of times you get to circle this star in a lifetime doesn’t count for much. If you live to be 90 without doing anything besides watching television and worrying about what might kill you maybe nothing will. You’ll just die without something killing you.