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Get Out While you Still Can

God is good and will always be there for us. He can never love us more and he can never love us any less. That will never change. When we speak to Him and pray to Him, He hears us and will respond. If we listen we will hear Him. Many of us who believe this, have difficulty hearing Him, I do. But many times I do hear Him, not in words so much but in a guidance and direction I am urged to go or action to take. Many years ago I heard Him in the cry of a baby, when there was no baby around at all. It was the day my oldest son was conceived. There is no doubt in my mind.

I felt His direction a few years ago, just before I started this blog. It was clear to reach out to others and inform them about a coming of a time within 5 years that a drastic change to our human well-being would begin and we should prepare. I didn’t know exactly and I did not need to know. I heard my Lord, and failed to use His power to convince or be strong enough to protect those I care for. My family. Gracefully, I do know that He will protect and fortunately for me and my family, at that time, it was not His plan, or I may be a piece in the much larger plan. He has saved us.

Ok. Get out. The decades of increasing laziness has caught up with us. Our dependency on others has been used against us. It reminds me of the 2008 Pixar movie titled Wall-E about a Waste Allocation Load Lifter – Earth class. His only function was to squeeze down trash into small squares and stack them, to clean up after humans who had to leave earth because the destroyed all life and would come back when life was found to start again. In the meantime, every need and care was automated on a space ship for centuries. They were all fat, lazy and didn’t (couldn’t) even walk any longer.

Get out now. Move from the city, and suburban areas where you cannot sustain yourself without being nearly totally dependent on the Grocer, the corporations, CHINA! Soon the chaos will start and we will panic, and a living nightmare will begin. Many will not be safe in their own homes, as others try to live and do criminal and evil things (more so than they do now). Rural life is at least a safer and has a greater potential for sustainability, being surrounded by community.

Are you still there! All politics aside, we have allowed our country to be positioned by a government which has eased us into the “American Dream”, which like all nightmares start. The industrial age, where we worked hard, so our children wouldn’t have too (first mistake). Introduce the TV dinner and plastic… and then see who can make it cheaper (China), and they did just that. China makes it, so we don’t have to, so let’s close the manufacturing facilities and become dependent and work hard on technology, and automate what remaining manufacturing we have left. The impoverished remain, the middle remain the same, and the upper class financially increase.

As the generations in the United States of America pass and children are given more than they need. They no longer remember the hard work of their father and mothers, grandmothers and grandfathers, nor are they even interested in knowing anything about it. And our adult peers started to judge other parents who showed the slightest public discipline, to the point the parents became scared of being reported.

It is a great plan and took a lot of patience. It should be expected for a country which is over 3000 years old. We plan for today, tomorrow and maybe a months and a few years. In a country of a billion+ working for the country; comprehensive and calculated plans can be modeled and theorized and put into action, as they have. WAKE THE #%&( UP!

As always, thank you and do something and pray for others and yourself. Love everyone and be not concerned what others may think. It is THE example for which we should set.


Raised on a 20 acre farm with all the animals in rural Indiana. I picked up rocks out of farm field before planting season, cooked in a pancake house for a couple years, worked in a factory, joined the Navy, back to the factory then College. I took for granted the simple natural (and unnatural) foods we grew that we raised, and the snacks and cereals we bought. I had a hard working mother I love, even now that she is gone, and a there but not there father. It went by so fast. I sincerely believe we can reintroduce the local farms that sustain and bring together communities. I am looking for sincere individuals to assist me with pursuing my passion to bring a business model to community, prove concept and make it work. Then reeducate the generations.

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