| For everything there there is a time|
|21 Oct 2004 @ 00:05, by Craig Lang|
For Everything there is a time. This has always been one of my favorite verses. It has guided me through many of the ups and the downs of life. It has helped me to form new ties and it has helped me to move on.
Currents of life shift and move about. And one of those shifts is that I have moved towards writing and teaching in various forms. I am reminded of a very prescient reading that Alana gave me about four years ago (Gawd, has it been that long?). She told me something that I didn't believe at the time. And that was that for me, the future was in writing (with a secondary emphasis on speaking and teaching). I never realized at the time just how accurate she was. But in the last six months, I have realized that this seems to be exactly where the road leads.
At about the same time, another see-er whom I have come to respect and admire told me that that road will eventually and increasingly involve the Eastern Tradition. True to that person's vision this is becoming ever more of the direction the road is leading. And now these two areas, writing and meditation, seem to be the areas in which the road is travelling most extensively.
A couple of posts ago, I asked for feedback on the PSI room (I have also done this in other aspects of life, including areas such as UFO Studies, hypnotherapy and other activities in which I have been very active). Many replies have included suggestions about writing up results of the experiments in the PSI room, etc. So I would like to endeavor in that direction. To that end I ask any present and former members who so wish, to add their summary comments. This can be either to this post, to my previous post on the PSI room, or by private message. I will incorporate them into a summary.
After that, it is still not clear to me whether or not there is a desire to keep the PSI room open. At this point, I am inclined to leave it as is, making those remaining within it administrators. That way it will be independent of myself or any one person.
I am also not sure what the future is for this newslog, or this author's membership in NCN. The winds of change in life are many and varied, but my sense is that this log will remain active, or increase in activity. But I'm not sure, yet. All I know is that life is changing in ways that I can't even begin to see, much less describe. For better or for worse, the future looks very different from the past.
NCN has been, and will continue to be, a wonderful forum. I love the people on this site. It has been a joy to be here. The discussion forum of very divergent interests, and viewpoints had been amazing. Sometimes it has made for some rather stormy dialogs, while at other times it has made for some very enlightening reading. But it has always been eye opening for me. It is my sincere hope that it will continue to be a very active forum - an influence that moves the world. I look forward to seeing it grow.
Thank you one and all
21 Oct 2004 @ 16:03 by : no matter what
may you be blessed, enlightened and joyous
Thank you so much.
You are a light in the NCN world.
21 Oct 2004 @ 16:22 by martha : Craig
you are sounding a bit low but maybe I'm just reading more into your words then intended.
NCN is a group of people coming together to learn about how to create a new world. It takes time and commitment to connect. I hope you don't leave but instead might consider extending yourself out in other ways. I have enjoyed our friendship and will always treasure the time I have spent in dialogue with you.
Martha, love the new .com... :-)
Right you are. Thanx for the note
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