A report in the Sydney Morning Herald today points to the harsh realities that we must face in this century of climate change. Here Comes The Sun: Chilling Verdict on a climate going to extremes SMH 7th August 2012. This story is entirely congruent with the news just in last week that a climate change sceptic in the USA has now become a true believer. And this guy was no ordinary sceptic. Point of fact he is scientist Richard Muller and he lead “a vast international research effort to debunk global warming science”
So would it be fair to say that if you ever had any doubts then the alarm bells should be going off loud and strong right about now? Lord Jesus it’s a FIRE!
But now, it should come as no surprise that Australia’s climate change sceptics are remaining unconvinced – the actual word used in the SMH story is defiant. DEFIANT! It does boggle the mind somewhat to take this on board. But we must send these folks love. Truly so . . . Go ahead and send them Love & Light for the highest good. If you believe in that sort of thing.
What’s interesting about this is that the people who practice such metaphysical feats of transcendence generally know very clearly the power of it. Does this mean we don’t have to do anything in practical terms? Surely not! The word Synergy means a system where the WHOLE is greater than the SUM OF ITS PARTS. In other words, metaphysical focus such as prayer or using affirmations or programming for miracles on their own. . .are not as effective as BOTH focused action and the metaphysical process and focus – regardless of your brand of religion or lack thereof.
In Dickens’ Oliver Twist when Gamfield the chimney sweep wants to take Oliver as an apprentice, the magistrate refuses. Gamfield has already stated that when a boy gets stuck up a chimney he light a fire under them to roast their feet. This he explains gets them moving. It is a grim joke which has a parallel in our situation today. We are stuck up a chimney and the Chimney sweep has lit a fire under us. Our feet are roasting. Time to get a wriggle on.