Friday, May 20, 2011

Where will you be tomorrow?

"The wiser you are, the more you believe in equality, because the difference between what the most and the least learned people know is inexpressibly trivial in relation to all that is unknown." ~Albert Einstein 

In case you aren't aware, some persons believe that the Rapture is going to occur tomorrow (at exactly 6 p.m. on May 21st 2011). Apparently there is to be a worldwide earthquake which will alert the human race to the beginning of 'Judgement Day'. There aren't that many people in Trinidad and Tobago talking about it though thanks to the Internet we're all quickly becoming aware that tomorrow might be the last day here for some. Some of the sites / links I've found:
I don't particularly believe in the Rapture... or the End of the World really... or Judgement Day... but then I'm not a Christian of any kind. I'm more likely to follow sites that promote religious tolerance  than sites like this one. There are religions that have been around since before Christianity and those that have come up after... I'd like to take the best of all of them. Something I read that moved me a bit... this link which states what's going to happen if the predicted Rapture does not occur. It's partly why I'd rather say that I'm spiritual and not religious.

Today is a special day for my family. We celebrated with ice cream (2 different flavours!... lol) ... tomorrow we're likely to be out to dinner around the time of the predicted Rapture. We'll be in the company of people that we love... doing something we love. It's perhaps how people should spend every day... giving thanks for what we have and the moments we're experiencing. 

Wherever you are and whatever you believe - I wish you a wonderful weekend.

peace,
Ren

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