Yesterday I posted my speculations on the work ahead to move the social body of the planet forward on the work of reconstruction.
I said that there was a social lethargy evident and gave my opinion on what had caused it. At the social level, we are dysfunctional as a world society. And I mean that statement descriptively.
But that is by no means the whole story. There’s another side of it that’s much more hopeful, and perhaps the hope of the future. I don’t think our dysfunctionality has the slightest chance of surviving. But this other side will unbdoubtedly flourish.
Just my impressions, but…. Even as there seems to be a social lethargy among the world outside lightworker circles, the mood of people – the degree to which people smile, the self-control and mutual respect evident – has definitely risen, as seen from my vantage point.
Go into a post office or a department store in Southern California and people are smiling more than they used to. They’re deferring to one another. They return a smile and respond to personal connection better than at any other time I can remember.
The same at a grocery store, a restaurant, a gas pump. It’s evident in asking a person for directions. It’s everywhere you look, everywhere we went.
Everywhere we turned we saw people aligned on amity and good energy. Everyone was happy to serve everyone else. No one was in any way unpleasant.
We saw no evidence of anything bad happening and we’ve been in several settings now.
While that hasn’t yet percolated up into the social scene, I imagine it will. Trickle up, so to speak. In fact I think it’s inevitable.
I attribute this directly to the Tsunami of Love, or whatever name you want to give to the rising energies.
Seeing this general uplevelling in people on the street shows up for me like tangible proof that things are indeed happening. And maybe it’s the only evidence that matters. How are we getting along with each other? What else could possibly matter?
At the personal level, not necessarily at the social level, we seem to be getting along just fine.
This is progress and I can only report it as I see it. I’m encouraged by what I’ve seen in our drive across America so far.
Oh, and yes, we’ve met some really very wonderful people. Gregg, Alan, all of you in … oh, if I start naming everyone, I’ll leave someone out and they may be offended. All of you.
You’ve been our tour guides, so to speak, and the America we’ve seen – you included and often through your guidance – is definitely very encouraging.