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The Five Stages Of Grief

January 29, 2013

5 stagesDenial: “It can’t be happening”

When I first developed my theory I told myself no way are millions or billions of tons of energetic micro black hole balls of entropy orbiting around and through the Earth.  I still do tell myself that occasionally but I need to see my research through and look at what it says, not me.

Anger: “Why me? It’s not fair”

I had this feeling early on when I realized there is not much one can do to stop a massive energetic ball of entropy orbiting at you at hundreds of miles per second, other than maybe get the hell out of the way.

Bargaining: “Just let me live to see my children graduate”

I really don’t care about myself, I would rather see my kids grow up in a world better than I did, not worse, and with parents.  Not everyone gets that opportunity.

Depression: “I’m so sad, why bother with anything?”

I have not really been depressed, but I do not like the fact that we have two great comets bearing down on the sun, I hope our black hole sun is up for the challenge and does not have a bad spell and spew massive amounts of energetic particles into the inner solar system and our way. I worry about those fission reactors and loss of the grid and coolant.

Acceptance: “It’s going to be OK.”

We as humans are put on this Earth and given the gift of a brain to imagine and reason and act.  I have this dream, and if I am right, it changes everything.

Godspeed

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One Comment
  1. /SleepingVillage/ permalink

    —– Growing —–

    Onward, my friend, there’s work to do
    accept this dream that has been given to you
    if you find yourself with a new belief
    just remind yourself
    sometimes these things come with grief

    DDT

    🙂

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