Pearl Harbor Day December 8, 2008Posted by Fritz in Spiritual.
Tags: Christianity, Edgar Cayce, God, Golden Rule, love, Pearl Harbor, prayer
Sixty seven years ago yesterday there was a whole lotta fear in the world. The despair Japan must have felt in regards to their position in the world had to have been enormous. The country’s leaders must have feared greatly for the future of their country; why else attack the much bigger and wealthier United States.
And with that attack they spread that fear to America. Now our country was fearing the unknown from a surprise attack and possible invasion.
America faced that fear by mobilizing and rallying behind the flag. In doing so we won the war and created the start to the most profitable time in our history.
Now, nearly seventy years later, fear has once again crept into our lives. The war on terror, the financial debacle and recent political upheaval have made for some fearful times.
For me, facing a fear directly has been the hardest yet most successful way of beating it. Each of us have to figure out our own way of doing it. I use the belief in God and the basic tenets of Christianity. “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you”.
I also believe in prayer and I believe the positive energy generated by prayer can effect change.
So today I will pray and send loving energy into the Universe. I will also endeavor to treat everyone the way I would wish to be treated.