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Resolutions, Forecasts, etc...

The year is 2005, and I think the happenings and events for this year should be anticipated. There will be a marked collective resolution for change - revolutionary change in our individual lives. The Age of Acquarius is truly at hand. The calamities for this year... are like pangs of childbirth. We should live to see things get better.

Many will have resolutions for a better year, I myself included. I think much of the pain in this world is caused by too much emphasis on the id. The I, me, mine thinking... it's high time to get outside the ego shell and reach out to the others. Let us strive not only to make ourselves better but also to help others who are in need. Easier said than done I should say but I can't help but think if my life will be extinguished at this particular time... what did I do in my life? All is futile... blown by the wind.

This is the time for radical change. To be more active and to make a difference... we should be empowered and passionate about C H A N G E! We need it like oxygen!

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