The end of things, or stuff, is here. It's funny, because I've actually wanted this since I was a teen. I knew what we all had was false, but no one wanted to look around, to see things the way they really were. That time is now, and people are starting to awaken from their slumbers, en masse no less.
It's unfortunate that things had to turn out this way. There will be blood, and there will be pain. I only hope that people will steel themselves for the hard times ahead, and not bury their heads in the sand.
The talking bobble-heads in the media would have you believe that all is well, and that good times are just ahead. That nonsense could be further from the truth. The real truth is, that sometimes the doomsayers are right; that you should heed all warnings with at least an iota of caution, and prepare accordingly.
The end of the age of things is upon us. Now we get back to what really matters. Family. Friends. Trust. Self-sufficiency. Holding on to things of value.
We would be fools not to prepare ourselves for the 'impossible'. Why? In an infinite universe, anything is possible, even probable; given an infinite timeline, everything can, and will, happen.
We must all take care of the things which matter most to us, lest we lose ourselves and our humanity in the whirlwind of change that is before us.
Diaspora will happen, too.Katrina Diaspora: after disaster.
The main thing is not to fear change. You must learn to embrace it and adapt accordingly. Change is a constant in nature, there is nothing to be afraid of. Adaptation should be your middle name, and the crux of all that you are.