Below follows selected paragraphs from my latest essay:
“We are not in the business of fighting darkness, we are farmers of light” – Jewel (Alaskan folk singer)
It is within islands of preserved structure where the seeds are sprouting for the foundations of the New World, internally first and then externally. The smallest island is the individual. Larger islands are family units, like-minded people and small communities.
Maintaining internal structure through consciousness is essential for maintaining external order in the midst of chaos and for preserving the boundaries that would normally provide safety and security, because many of those boundaries are in the process of collapsing due to wide-scale corruption and animosity, resulting in turmoil and upheaval.
Sensible and constructive people cannot see any sense in senseless destruction. As darkness descends and attempts to displace the light, people who are drawn to structure and light are naturally drawn to each other. Structured individuals and communities then split off naturally from broad collectives lacking in structure.
The Children of the Light will see to it that the future is bright by always being oriented towards the Light. Just like darkness can displace light, light can also displace darkness. While darkness is forcefully breaking down the mainlines, the Light Workers are already creatively building on the sidelines.
By J.J. Montagnier
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