All work and no play

All work and no play

…makes Jack a dull boy.

No TV and no beer makes Homer something, something. (Go crazy?!?) Don’t mind if I do!

I remember the movie I saw on TV in my teens titled The Monitors. It was about an alien race that took control of Earth and brought Peace. Mankind rebelled. The Monitors took their peace and prosperity and left.

This reminded me of a favorite Twilight Zone episode, To Serve Man. This story would seem to vindicate mankind’s rebellion in The Monitors.

While musing on these two stories from TV, I thought of the animated movie Fantastic Planet. Again, about a race of Giants who conquered the planet and mankind rebelled. The rebellion of mankind seems to be a theme, eh?

This rambling amusement has reminded me of a book which really affected my thinking. It was by Harold Myra and titled “Escape from the Twisted Planet”. The common theme here is the distorted view mankind has of itself and the universe.

It seems planet earth is quite the anomaly. What is it that sets us apart from the rest of the Omniverse?

I may not know my future, but I know who holds my future… ME! I create the future I intend… so my intention must be directed. TAI! It is just the way. Everyone else creates their own future too. This can make things confusing. Soon the lower density will break away into a separated reality. Then the shift will be noticed. It will be like a flash from the east to the west. Nobody will miss it. A cleansing by fire.

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