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In the Solitude of Unity

Updated on September 21, 2012
Black Angels from a Whilte Future from Gilderic Source:
Black Angels from a Whilte Future from Gilderic Source:

In the Solitude of Unity

By Tony DeLorger © 2011

While life plays out on an imperfect stage and men contend in every way to own, control and force their will on the masses, there is a silent, tranquil current of disapproval that gently pervades the world of possibility. Without will or force these souls wait in patient surrender for unfolding life, waiting until humanity is ready to hear the words that will transform our broken world.

These words will not come from religion, politics or any doctrine or dogmatic ideology; it will come from the man next door, the woman who serves at the local shop, an innocent child on a swing. These words will be uttered as pure truth, like a gentle breeze against your face, a cleansing swim in a vast ocean. The words will be a whisper from nature, a secret untold, and humanity will drop to its knees in submission to the power of catharsis, to the overwhelming resound of an epiphany.

At this time, a world in chaos will yield to a power beyond dreams, beyond hope and fear will subside like an ebbing tide. Understanding this transformation will be difficult, because the power behind it is beyond our grasp; but without fear we will accept, finally, the passage of peace.

In this new world, everything will change, every process, ideal and practice that humanity has installed will be abandoned for a better way, a way without struggle, without greed and selfishness. The human ego will suffer its worst blow and will not fit into the stream of life that will ensue because of this change. New technologies will transform what we understand about life and our universe. Food will be more nutritious and the addictions of harmful foods, alcohol and drugs will cease to exist. Instead, a higher consciousness will prevail, leaving those baser human traits behind.

Under this change world politics will cease to exist and one rule will oversee the distribution of all commodities, foodstuffs and medicines to where it is needed. Power and resources will be overseen by a central organisation that will procure and distribute worldwide. The new technologies will create new requirements and outmoded resources will be dispensed with completely.

Transport and communications will exist on a more complex and diversified level, at the disposal of every inhabitant of earth. Functioning on new technologies that will offer multiple platforms accessible for worldwide communication and improved modes of both personal and logistic transport, life will change dramatically.

This future is not far away, and it will take a massive intervention to create such change on a global level. So, from where does this change come, you may ask? That is the question; what will it take to bring an entire planet to such an epiphany and willingness to evolve?

When the time is right, that innocent child on a swing may tell you. Until then, keep your eyes and your heart open. The more people that become the silent tranquil current of disapproval, the faster the change approaches. Our future awaits.


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      Tony DeLorger 6 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Thanks for reading ruffridyer. It's not a church, but wonderful architecture. I believe that humanity needs to save itself, come to its senses, and eventually I think that will happen. I am an eternal optimist.

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      Tony DeLorger 6 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Thanks Sue. The world is like a giant pendulum, the extremes of thought and action necessary for understanding and growth. The time is near for a major swing back to balance. Glad you agree.

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      ruffridyer 6 years ago from Dayton, ohio

      A beautiful and desirable idea. However I remain skeptical. This world will happen when the Lord returns, not before.

      P.S. I love the picture. Is it the inside of a church or temple?

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      Juliette Kando 6 years ago from Andalusia

      I love the Utopian Hub and I too am convinced that it is going to happen. The change has already started.