|january 13, 2007 (0052us)
a lull, and then it's taken off again
turned out to suffer a lull.
There were three concomitants of that gap:
A tremendous amount of work, wearing, in late 2006,
A cold as much tremendous and wearing as the work,
couln't-care-less time, if only temporary. My idea that sending men as
a whole — all the publics who read this blog — my wishes for them to
live the lives they would like to live in 2007 was stupid, given that
their own wishes are mostly different from, if not conflicting with,
wish Saddam Hussein—my fellow human with all due respect to those who
had loathed him—to mend his ways and become a much less hard man? He
hanged and all I can do for him now is mortify (Rev of Ares
Why wish the Middel East peoples peace, as every people over there
can't imagine peace but to the hurt of their rivals and opponents?
Why wish George W. Bush that his dearest wishes come true, as he sounds
as if he kept on hoping for good but through war?
Why wish those standing for election to the French republic presidency,
whatever ticket they're running on, that their wishes come true, as
every one of them wishes but one thing: to be elected and see his or
her opponents beaten?
Why in 2007 wish every man on earth love for the neighbor, the strength
to forgive every wrong, global peace, absolute freedom? Actually men,
apart from... say... 3%, do not wish anything but endless revenge
(Rev of Ares 27/9)
on those different or simply luckier, the humiliating defeat of those
whom they do not like and more stringent law and less and less freedom
for those whom they fear.
Why wish, et cetera, et cetera?
I got over my couldn't-care-less time as well as my cold and late
2006's heavy bulk of work.
As my faith has never disappeared and with good reason: I really saw
and heard Jesus and then the Creator in 1974 and 1977 — this is without
question — my great expectations have caught up with me.
Though I am just a man, an old man — this too is without question —,
I'm keeping it up.
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Relieved to know it was nothing worse than a cold! Do, do, take care of
yourself—We do not have an Elisha, do we?
No doubt but that you are right that Saddam, George Bush, the Israelis
and the Palestinians have disagreed and will continue to disagree.
But so did the Jews and the Samaritans.
We can hardly help our feelings, but we can decide how we shall act.
And we could decide to go to the aid of whomsoever is denied justice?
We do agree, do we not, that "there is a law above the king," we do not
let the majority tell us what is right?
The peace of the Lord be always with you!
We must maintain Hope, in spite of the centuries of our failure to live
according to the Creator's Will. I have Hope that I can change
and that gives me Hope that others will also.
All we want for the near future is a plausible strategy of Good and
Happiness, but politicians have forever been explaining that this is
unrealistic. Whatever the Ares Pilgrims and their eldest brother Mikal
have been proclaiming from 1974 through 2007 has been called not
seasonal and never to be seasonal any time. Just utopia, nothing but
According to all the polls eight out of ten people from Warsaw to
San-Francisco disapprove of their governments' sanguineness, so I guess
that if people were informed of The Revelation of Ares or at
least a correct review of it most of them would burst out, "That's what
we need! That's the only plausible way forward!"
The incredible mistakes made by our president has produced a chaos in
the USA. I think of a chaos akin to that which used to follow the end
of great historical eras or religions for milleniums, for instance the
end of Ancient Egypt. It's no good persisting in denials of the Western
(Christian and Jewish) world society's conditions, whether econonimal
or merely social. We all have to change just as The
Revelation of Ares says we have to change (28.7). Yes, The
Revelation of Ares gives the only plausible realistic and
pragmatic plan, what's more anointed by the Creator, but it will take generations
to come true.
Melvin W. J.