Words To Wake Us Up #3

 

Quaerite Et Invenietis “Seek and you will find”

 

“There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed”

 

“If the world were a global village of 100 people, one third of them would be rich or of moderate income, two thirds would be poor. Of the 100 residents, 47 would be unable to read, and only one would have a college education. About 35 would be suffering from hunger and malnutrition, at least half would be homeless or living in substandard housing. Of the 100 people, 6 of them would be Americans. These 6 would have over a third of the entire villages income, and the other 94 would subsist on the other two thirds. How could the wealthy 6 live in peace with their neighbors? Surely they would be driven to arm themselves against the other 94… perhaps even to spend, as Americans do, about twice as much per person on military defense as the total income of two thirds of the villagers.”

 

May God bless and protect you and…

May you always be

Healthy, Happy

Safe and Comfortable

Seth Kelly Curtis

20 comments on “Words To Wake Us Up #3

  1. Great post. Have a great weekend, Kelly.

  2. So apt and true.. sad state of affairs

  3. nitinsingh says:

    Great ,🤯🤯🤓😇🙃🙂

  4. More sobering words in light of this information:

    “To whom much is given, much will be required.” Luke 12:48

  5. Bhavanajagat says:

    Spirituality Science:
    I like the analogy but it may not explain the complexity of the man, an individual member of the global community called humanity.
    In reality, the man is a biotic or biological community of trillions of independent, individual living cells with individuality of their own. It means that the cells are not identical replicas while we recognize the singularity called man. In addition, the man is a natural host to trillions of microbes which shape his well-being. Man has no choice and cannot avoid being a natural host of the microbial population.
    I describe the term ‘spiritual’ in the context of finding the experience of peace, harmony, and tranquility in the numerous biotic interactions between the members of the same species or different species. Spiritual interactions are always characterized by mutual assistance, mutual tolerance, and mutual subservience. For example, the red blood cells enjoy only short, individual life spans to serve the needs of the cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems of the human being who lives his own mortal existence.

    • Kelly Curtis says:

      Very profound! We can look at the macro in the same light as the micro, we are just tiny beings performing whatever our mission is in the vast cosmos. As above, so below. Take care.

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