Be(a)ware the Catastrophobia and Nattering Nabobs

Ahhh, thank you, Jamie! Yes, catastrophobia is in full force these days. My, goodness! What will people do when the world doesn’t end on September 13, or 23, or 30th? Oh, right, November will be the end. …. Excellent perspective and sharing here, and I particularly love the last two quotes:

“If everything is uncertain, then the future is open to creativity, not merely human creativity but the creativity of all nature. It is open to possibility, and therefore to a better world. But we can only get there as we are ready to invest our moral energies in its achievement.” ~ Immanuel Wallerstein

And …

“In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty … in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, the field of all possibilities, we surrender ourselves to the creative mind that orchestrates the dance of the Universe.” ~ Deepak Chopra in The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Much love!

Sophia's Children

Full Moon Eclipse, February 12, 2007. Image courtesy of NASA (Murray). Full Moon Eclipse, February 12, 2007. Image courtesy of NASA (Murray).

In yesterday’s “Special Offerings for Septembermusing, I referred to the latest swirl of ‘buzz’ related to the coming weeks.

Yes, it’s got it all, complete with the usual servings of catastrophobia and missives from the ‘End Times’ folk and other nattering nabobs of negativity.

As ever, and particularly when “all about you are losing their heads and (possibly) blaming it on you,” as Rudyard Kipling wrote, it’s a very fine time to stay centered, grounded, and discerning.

First, a summary of the Buzz (or Hype) Bits: what’s actually — and supposedly — up in September:

For those with wee, undisciplined attention spans:

Things are up, the Drama Junkies are making the most of that, so stay grounded and centered and discerning. You’ll find some related links below.

For those with more…

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Well, my own world has ended many times, but a new one keeps coming back.

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  2. Mine, too! Usually a much better one, too, I might add. 🙂

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