Just a short note to thank you for reading this blog and for being a part of Centerpointe.
I so appreciate the opportunity to play some small role in your life, and to hear your feedback. I hope that what I’ve shared this year (along with your use of Holosync) has made you more aware, helped you think about life and yourself in a new way, and has in some way make your life better.
The world, as you’ve probably noticed, is in a mess, and social mood is moving toward a more negative place–something that happens in periodic cycles over the years and centuries. When negative social mood increases, people feel more isolated and at odds with each other (rather than feeling more accommodating toward each other, as happens in times of positive social mood). This is one reason why you see more conflict in the world lately, socially, politically, economically, and in many other ways.
It’s easy to get swept up in negative social mood–which is expressed in every sphere of life–even if you are aware that it’s happening and have decided not to participate. My forecast is that this negative social mood is going to get a lot worse, and that it will last many years (with intervening times where mood improves temporarily before heading down again). I hope I’m wrong about this, but as an avid student of history and of cycles of human social mood, I don’t think I am.
My wish for you, then, is that you move toward your dreams regardless of the prevailing social mood; that you look for ways to be helpful and compassionate to others; that you learn to love yourself, as you are, with all your human failings and quirks; and that you extend that compassion to others (who also have human failings, just as you do).
I’ll have more (hopefully interesting) articles for you in 2010. In fact, I have another one in my head right now that I just need to sit down and write, which I hope to do soon.
Please know that even though we may never meet in person (though I hope we do), knowing that you are out there (and hearing from you) means a lot to me. Thanks for reading (or listening).
Always remember, you are worthwhile.