Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Getting Out of the Global Crisis

While the independent members are facing their tests, the crises around the planet are still going on. Ripple after ripple of effects are going out, drawing in every  person on the planet, and squeezing everyone.

Mankind always has three choices, but in a crisis situation, only two are apparent, and neither is tenable. One is to go straight ahead and to ignore the crisis, and pass it on to future generations, and it takes seven generations to undo the damage. The other is to go down into playing the games and face the backlashes.

The unseen third option is to do what is in everyone's best interest. In the case of the global genocide that is tearing apart the planet, the application of the solution is the World Peace Plan--join the global efforts to create the international government.

If someone passes the crisis on to future generations, each generation comes in to address one stage in the planning process. The first generation comes up with a plan, and the second brings in the people, and so on. It is possible to come up with a plan that addresses the stages of the planning process in one generation, and avoid the future entanglements. Makes sense, doesn't it?

But, your plan must address the root cause of the crisis, or it makes the crisis worse.

The root cause of the global crisis is the games that are played. They are called "the Seven Deadly Sins," because in every case, someone dies. Everyone plays the games. So, we must learn to recognize the games and come up with a plan that enables the games to end, and a plan that benefits everyone to be instated instead.

Everyone must be involved with the creative process to avoid resistance to the plan. The solution is to open it to debate.

So, you are cordially invited to check out our Track Our Progress planning at http://www.oneworldgov.org, and join the debate on the World Peace Plan.