One thousand years of our collective New Deal.
My head is spinning.
Maybe the historycians will call the upcoming end of the century as "The Second Renaissance", why not?
Just wondering, what piece of arts will be born in these days...
Have a nice day
“...the majority of humans will develop the habit of seeking disagreement...”
1) Is the reason for this to solicit more input?
2) Will there more or less transparency involved?
3) What happens to the HCPs?
4) Was chapter 11 on finance swapped out for education an indication of the future of financial matters during the golden age or something else?
Thanks for all you and The Committee do for us here.
@Linda that part of disagreement makes me think that will be heaven on earth for Patrick.
• It's Heaven on Earth already, but with a purpose-specific aspect.
• Disagreement is the natural, default condition of humans because that's what it is FOR OUR SOULS. We're doing as humans what we naturally do before & after a human life journey.
• The false, pernicious and even dangerous notion that we "should come together" is NEVER followed by "...and this is what & where I'm willing to concede, what about you?" Gee...why is that?
@Patrick no wonder you used to be referred to as substitute teacher you could definitely teach a fun and interesting course on humans though i think your best audience would be the younger generation.
1. Yes because we will learn how NOT seeking disagreement = setting ourselves up to be deceived.
2. Yes, a LOT more.
3. They fade away
4. Yes, financial matters will be Chapter 13 (pun and ironic meaning definitely intentional)
You're welcome, Linda. 🙂
The "Not Seeking Disagreement" bullheadedness is what disappoints me most about humans currently.
I try to read contradictory takes on subjects.
There are people in my life I can't have a real conversation with, because they have too many mental minefields to even countenance other viewpoints. It's really lonely, mentally.
And by "countenance other viewpoints" I don't mean agree with them. I mean at least turn them over in your mind for a while, FFS!
"And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison" ~ Revelation 20.VII
The Golden Era seems like a decent place to live and experience. I just might sign up for an incarnation during this era. I think I'll become a small time potato farmer in Idaho and ink in some psychic mediumship abilities as a prerequisite for the incarnation. My website will be called, www.ChannellingPatrick.com.
While my current incarnation sucks ass, the next one has some potential I think!!!
I Love the humor GaryG 😀.
Your current incarnation sucks, but your setting the bar @ an Idaho spud farmer for next time !!! 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
The next one won't have as many challenges as this one. I don't think many of us would like to be born in such an era
"Envy of material possession.....will fade far away as humans are forced by unavailability...."
Although I shall not be around then, I certainly hope the golden age of global poverty will NOT last and mankind can increase production of everything needed as soon as long distance transportation resumes.
Because it is beneficial to be able to:
(1) Have the choice to visit far away places and see the world;
(2) Allow the bright kids to attend world-class schools and universities;
(3) Different nations to specialise in production of different goods and exchange with others to increase welfare of ALL;
(4) Allow people with different skills to work across national boundary to generate the most economic benefits to ALL; and
(5) Ability of anyone to focus on his best and know that the whole world is his market place to support his pursuit of exccellence.
I really don't see how isolating every place and revert to 17th century living standard (going local) the golden age of humanity make. Did I read my history correctly, I don't remember the 17th century as the golden age of humanity?
We will not revert to 17th century way of living. We would preserve our knowledge, most part of our tech, internet included, and our medical ability. We will be able to grow food for the reduced number of people of that time without invasive and destructive farming, now commonplace.
Commerce will be range reduced, not eliminated.
Travel will resume in due time, but far less as a luxury.
I suppose than also space technology and exploration will resume after a pause, on account of new electricity and new magnetic engines (courtesy of hints given by our stellar cousins)
I feel that overall it will be a more grounded, caring and happy way of living.
Just consider how now spoiled countries (spoiled by US from western countries) will flourish again.
(Note for Patrick: Somwehere on Thenewgoldenera site is said that Earth rotational axis will tilt a little, and that a consequence will be climate pattern to change and northern Africa to return green and lush again... The most part of the process will happen in 50, or maybe 100 years is a better estimate?)
No, people living in 21st century will experience a life very different from 17th, in every regard easyer.
Have a nice day
@Stephen aside from your fear of parts of your daily living changing why do you think future generations will be living in poverty. Is there not poverty now in America for various reasons and yet America has always been where people who want a better way of living immigrate to. Maybe generations that are coming in the next few decades might not want to hop on a plane and travel to all the beautiful places in the world I myself have never been on a plane in my near 39 yrs and I doubt my life will be damaged if I never set foot on one. Also tc I believe has told us that travel will continue it might fade away more for some types of transportation than others but there will still be options.
1. For most of the recognized and accepted history mankind holds of itself, such travel was not possible, then not within reach of the majority, and slow to very slow compared to current standards. Humanity progressed anyway.
2. Students will still be able to do this. Ships will still sail, and some of us here already agreed, we're going to set up spice runs between India and points west. If I can't get my spices from India I will be VERY UNHAPPY...)
3. This exists now and has for centuries. How did mankind progress before the Dutch East India Company began operating in year 1602?
4. This means no more sovereign nations.
5. When you convince politicians to agree with this IN PRACTICE ....not just with hot air bubbles we typically hear.
Eating fresh, locally raised food--breathing clean, unpolluted air--drinking crystal clear water--living in a state of compassion, kindness, and love--sign me up!
It's time to clean up our, mess and like it or not, 'The Shift' is happening. I'm grateful for the heads-up that TC has given us...
"...living in a state of compassion, kindness, and love.."
I'd prefer a condition of such things, rather than a state. Being in the latter alternative raises the risk of a government existing, which means.....politicians. Nevertheless, more subjective words were never spoken.
I want to live in a condition of compassion, kindness, love and acceptance, where my preferences and interpretations of these three things are as accepted by others as I am accepting of THEIR versions of the three same things. A condition where nobody else chooses or decides for me what compassion, kindness and love should be, with penalties for non-compliance and I likewise do not choose for or penalize anybody else.
No mess on Earth made or caused by humans exists which humans must clean up, beyond the one we choose to see. A filthy school cafeteria kitchen is, to me, evidence of a well fed bunch of students, not a mess.
@Patrick--Yes, absolutely!--I meant 'state' as in 'state of mind'--not a government requirement or penalties, good Lord, no!!
And yes, indeed, it would have been clearer to say 'clean up our own personal mess' which refers to the choices that we each make that do not reflect the state of mind, or condition, in which we would prefer to live. Thanks again!!
I knew what you meant BUT the word "state" presented a good opportunity of which I took due advantage. A "state" as in sovereign, organized political territory is a state of mind, first & last.
I also took advantage of the "mess" we'd clean up, which is mental in many instances.
I thought TC said Trump would win Nobel prize? I just read someone else did
@Jennifer, check out the previous comments section, it’s discussed there . 👍
Big story just coming out regarding Benghazi, Seal Team Six, Hillary Clinton and others, and the pallet of cash to Iran--this story seems to be "growing legs"...
Yes, I read that too...but skeptical of it...it claims Seal Team 6 is dead?? I dont know about that. ).
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