"Time is our most precious commodity." / Poleshift is on the way - time is limited.
That is what getting old taught Carolyn Myss, and it modified what and how she teaches, per a recorded seminar. Cataclysmic change on a cyclic basis modified my view of my clutter - pre-rubble.
Caroline Myss - The Power of Your Light, (Youtube). She doesn’t want to waste anyone’s time - she can give a refund for a fee, but cannot return time spent on a course that wasn’t helpful for leading to change, even profound change, in the listener’s life.
That was the opening, and I am still listening. *Good video, I do recommend it.
I could really relate as I have recently been thinking a lot about time and limitations it sets. I physically have too much clutter, my own, my deceased sister’s that I haven’t finished reorganizing and purging, and my parent’s clutter. Some beautiful art and some hand-made old quilts, etc. what to do with all that? I don’t know and can’t really do much with all of my parent’s stuff yet.
My virtual work is a priority - organizing it and sharing it in a way that people may find it useful - that would be the clutter that I want to leave behind as a useful legacy instead of scattered virtual posts or documents. I would like to see clinics and summer camps and pomegranate orchards created to help provide the future more health and hope. Times are difficult but are not going to get easier is the writing on the wall.
No internet? Ooh, that would be bad.
Thinking about the possibility of a disruptive emergency made me realize that virtual work and references are useless if the power is out long enough. Print references are still useful. “Click through and read more about it,” doesn’t work when the power is out. The print reference needs to include the details too. Pre-internet had data tables in lengthy books that needed to be flipped through for each data item that was needed. Time is of value and modern devices save us a lot of time - in the emergency, we won’t have many of the time-saving features of modern life.
Is it rare and valuable stuff or pre-rubble?
Thinking about a cataclysmic event also changed the clutter mentally into ‘pre-rubble’ - if it is all going to become rubble anyway - does any of it matter? What part of it matters enough that I want to try to securely box it and store it? Answer - none of it matters as much to me -first- as the virtual work that is also cluttered. File management is not my strongest skill. Getting my book draft into print in a finished first edition is a goal. The pomegranate paper and schizophrenia series has greatly expanded on the original draft of my book ‘Tipping the (Circadian) Clock Towards Health’ and having some recipes was an intention for that book.
Cataclysmic damage is on the way, some predictions of specific areas at earliest risk are included in this post: New Madrid Jolt timeline, Posted by Gerard Zwaan on December 14, 2022, with more recent updates. (poleshift.ning.com)
Sad Christmas news from the Mediterranean:
A small tsunami occurred in the Gaza Strip area of Israel/Palestine signaling an underwater collapse of rock that was holding plates in place. (poleshift.ning.com, scroll down to the more recent additions/comments)
The New Madrid fault is shifting in the Ohio/Mississippi River region and changes in the Atlantic Ocean will likely result in a tsunami along the coastline of the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. The Azores is a location somewhat in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and it is seismically very active as several plates touch corners at that point. Change there will lead to tsunami waves.
I am not complying with pretending that cataclysmic change of the Earth’s crust is not a cyclical event that has occurred multiple times in the past and has been described by survivors in parts of the Bible and other ancient writings.
*I can’t seem to add anything after the video at the end or delete it, shrug.
Experts are puzzled, I don’t have time for disinformation. I could be organizing my pre-rubble or working on writing projects.
“So much to do, so little time.” - the white rabbit in Alice in Wonderland.
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