Why Work Yourself To Death When You Could Be Exploring Other Planets and Having Sex!
Why do we in this modern world spend all our time just struggling to survive when we literally have the ability to go to space, colonize other worlds, and enjoy ourselves in love and making love? Enough material exists to argue that our technology far surpasses the 80-year old Space Shuttle design to enable us to go far beyond this solar system. We also know that our economic/educational system is very artificial and specifically designed to control the populace. Your textbooks are garbage, your professors don’t know what they are talking about. Your religion even holds you back. There is much more to experience, and so much love to be had!
This was just a thought I had, today on my birthday as I walked down a beautiful sun-lit street. There are so many good things to appreciate in life, and life itself enjoys itself in recreation and producing more life — this is the real reason sex is so attractive to us. But one thing I noticed with our busy schedules now is that the ability to enjoy sex is diminished or even completely taken away when you live in a mindless cyclone of money-chasing activity 24/7.
There are aliens out there! There are interesting things for humanity to discover! I have seen it for myself, and have had close encounters. I know it exists. I know God is real, and I know He doesn’t live in a church. I know sex is good, and we should be able to enjoy that and raise our children in a beautiful world full of adventure and challenge!
But now we are in a war for minds and souls, and the Enemy has been given control over this world. So we must fight him! But my birthday resolution is to do so with gusto, and even enjoyment. Yes there are alien worlds, and yes there is sexiness, but for now we must fight the enemy on this planet. But my true home is in Heaven, too, and that is where I can go to enjoy all the good things God has given. . . and now bringing Heaven to Earth is our destiny! Get into Heaven, and let the Lord outfit you with all the weapons, and then get back down here and fight this battle! We need you . . .
I had a dream/vision yesterday walking through a school where instead of stuffy professors there were prophets, and instead of mindless pursuit of grades/diploma there was an actual thirst for Wisdom and the Things of the Spirit. I suppose it would have to be more of a Military Academy than a regular University, but it would certainly be a very Universal University if that’s what we were to call it: truly universities were supposed to be this from the beginning. God, Aliens, Sex, and the Spirit! Make Love with God and War against the Demons! BRING IT ON!!!
The below article is worth a look:
“Americans are literally being worked to death!” — and not only this, but just recently the suicide rate in America surpassed deaths by car accidents!
The Economic Collapse
Sept 24, 2012
Are you constantly tired and do you feel incredibly stressed almost all the time? Well, that means that there is a really good chance that you are a typical American worker. Even though our incomes are going down, Americans are spending more time at work than ever before.
In fact, U.S. workers spend more time at work than anyone else in the world. But it was not always this way. Back in 1970, the average work week for an American worker was about 35 hours. Today, it is up to 46 hours. But there are other major economies around the globe that are doing just fine without burning their workers out. For example, the average American worker spends 378 more hours working per year than the average German worker does. Sadly, for many Americans work is not even finished once they leave the office. According to one recent survey, the average American worker spends an extra seven hours per week on work tasks such as checking emails and answering phone calls after normal work hours have finished. Other Americans are juggling two or three jobs in a desperate attempt to make ends meet. Americans are busier than ever and work is often pushing the other areas of our lives on to the back burner. What this also means is that “family vacations” are becoming increasingly rare in the United States. In fact, Americans spend less days on vacation than anyone else in the industrialized world. While some would applaud our “work ethic”, the truth is that the fact that we are being overworked is having some very serious consequences. In fact, as you will see below, Americans are literally being worked to death.