Have you all seen this piece by Bill Hicks?
I was thinking that this is how Avalon (and other similar sites that I visit) feel to me lately. Instead of "war, famine, death, aids, recession, depression..." We have the truth (in DIFFERING versions, mind you) according to David Wilcox, Alex Collier, Bob Dean, Benjamin Fulford, Atticus, John Lash, James Gilliland, Wade Frazier, Inelia, Michael Tsarion, Nassim Harremien, Pane Andov, Jordon Maxwell, O'Finion, etc, etc....
Meanwhile, we look out our window and see that our 3D reality hasn't changed one iota (except to perhaps get a little worse and worse over the years).
Maybe, just maybe, we are really just meant to be born, to suffer, then to die and that's ALL there is to it. Period.
Maybe our minds have such difficult time accepting this sad reality that we make up or search for other's made up stories to assuage our sadness at the reality of it. We take the one that appeals the most to us, makes our sadness lift enough to get through the day with some hope and we run with that and cling to it like it's the air we breathe.
Cynical? You bet! And yet just maybe it's the ultimate truth.
I am so very tired of trying to believe a hopeful story that gives me a reason to get up every day while the days reveal nothing of that story. And I am not saying this so people will try to 'cheer me up'. If you believe something that gets you going and gives you peace - I am happy as can be for you. I guess I'd just like to know that I am not alone. Misery loves company after all, lol!