by Robert Wilkinson
We started this global meditation about a week ago. It is interesting to note that in the past week, there has been a major breakthrough in the Darfur insanity, and also a story break internationally about a possible cause for the collapse of the honey bee population, both the subjects of our meditation. If you’re interested in the progress of this on-going thought-form, please continue reading.
We need all the meditators to tcb regarding both of these boils on the body of humanity. There is no excuse for Darfur. The genocide must stop. ASAP. To that end, we have been meditating for a short while as part of a global witness to the abomination that is genocide. Here’s the latest headline: This is good news. We read:
Sudan agreed Monday to let 3,000 U.N. peacekeepers deploy in Darfur with attack helicopters, opening the door to the first significant U.N. force to help beleaguered African Union soldiers who have been unable to halt the region's four-year war.
After five months of stalling, the government in Khartoum called for a speedy deployment and hinted it could approve an even larger U.N. force that has been demanded by the U.N. Security Council, the United States and others.
Sounds like progress to me. Then there’s the global news breaking about a possible reason for the collapse of the honeybee population around the world. Finally! In the story we find a story that has broken around the world in the past 72 hours that our frequencies and obsession with chattering on cell phones could be screwing up the internal navigation systems of one of humanity’s best friends.
I got an article via email on this. The most chilling implication of this was put succinctly:
“The implications of the spread are alarming. Most of the world's crops depend on pollination by bees. Albert Einstein once said that if the bees disappeared, "man would have only four years of life left".
You will note it is less than one week since we focused on this one. Let’s keep up the meditations, and see if solutions to these problems will be more developed in a couple of weeks. Thanks for participating in the experiment, and Aum Namah Shivaya!
© Copyright 2007 Robert Wilkinson