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Rethinking the Year 2012

Updated on December 10, 2013
December 21-2012.. a day to remember, as just another beautiful day.
December 21-2012.. a day to remember, as just another beautiful day.

Not to Worry about 2012

The year 2012 has been a source of much concern and worry for many people around the world, at this time. After researching a lot of sources, I have come to the conclusion that the only thing we will have to worry about is the fact that we, as a world's people, may bring more bad things upon our own selves in being paranoid and panicking. The world is going to keep on keeping on.The only major thing may be the political advantages, and using the fears of people around the world, to gain further control in many countries. We should all be positive about our futures here on Earth. Let tomorrow take care of itself. It always does.

The prophecies of the scriptures of the Christian Bible may well be a road map, as well as historical record of for our entire civilization. It was no accident that ancient scriptures were found in more recent times in the middle east. The scriptures were deliberately written and placed for us all to benefit and follow the right and good ways in which to live on our planet,The world's religions are not meant to be criticized and what is being conveyed here is positive and beneficial for all of mankind and meant to help save our world and its people. It is good to remember that one important message provided in the scriptures is that we shall reap what we will sow. Hopefully we will sow good seeds so that mankind will be rewarded and not punished by our deeds.

Our present civilization could certainly be heading for self destruction in many ways, economically and morally. With all the turmoil engulfing our people it is very plain to see the possible coming disasters, and most are brought about by our own greed and desires. Instead of worrying about the 2012 issue, we should all be concerned about living right now and how we may be affecting others and harming our own homes here on this planet.

Technology is getting out of control. Projects such as CERN and HAARP, and super heating our ionosphere, and many other scientific endeavors around the globe are beginning to post grave concerns as to where our technology is taking our world. The internet is a wonderful creation, but should be controlled in a way that it does not control us. Computer technology is one of the most fantastic forms of newer creations by mankind that is of great benefit in educating and communicating. Where do we go from here? Perhaps we will not dig our own graves with our progress in the world of science and invention in the world of super technology, but we should proceed with caution in our endeavors.

As for 2012, it is another date on the calender of time and we will all be living our lives in the best way we know how to do it. Worry and fear should be left behind and the search for good and positive ways in our survival should be our worldly focus. We never know how our singular voices, as well as those joined in unity, may make a big difference in the futures of all the deserving people of the world.

Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is yet to come, live for today, and quit sucking your thumb!!!


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    • whonunuwho profile image

      whonunuwho 5 years ago from United States

      December 2012, and what it means.

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      whonunuwho 6 years ago from United States

      Please read NASA's report about 2012 on the internet and feel very secure about the future.

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      whonunuwho 6 years ago from United States

      In writing the hub, I did not mean to create conditions for more worry. My last paragraph sums up my focused message...We should be positive about our lives right now and put our fears behind us.

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      whonunuwho 6 years ago from United States

      Please read my next hub, Rethinking 2012

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      Dora Weithers 6 years ago from The Caribbean

      I am still following. Interesting views in this hub! Should we think about what will happen after our present civilization self-destructs (suggested in your third paragraph? Would that be considered worrying? Just asking!

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      whonunuwho 6 years ago from United States

      Thanks RJ, comments like yours are the reason I keep on writing.

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      Reynold Jay 6 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

      Keep up the great HUBS. I must give this an “Up ONE and Useful.” I'm always your fan! RJ


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