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"Rejoice in the Lord, always. I will say it again: rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, give your concerns to God.  And the peace of the Lord, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds. in Christ Jesus."

Phil 4:4-7

I do believe that the queen and I are in the endgame now. She requires constant watching and care, and I rarely leave her side.  I have been dealing with the short term emergencies and gathering the facts and resources together for next steps, as the situation calls out in its own good time.

There is a kind of a peacefulness amidst all this turmoil that seems almost beautiful. And, even when things get very bad, there are God's tender mercies if you will but keep one's hearts and eyes open for them.

Don't get me wrong. When a loved one suffers or seems afraid, it still has the power to break my heart. One would think that something that gets broken so often over the years would somehow harden, but no, that does not seem to be the way it is in this case.  Love has a transcendent power.

 But still, I can see love moving here, and He does send His angels in the darkest hours.

I believe that I can provide updates and links to news stories right along, since there is much time spent with the laptop just being available.    However, access to my office and the larger computer there with the data for the charts and means to generate them appears to be a more occasional luxury for now.

I did manage to link my laptop to the big multi-screened desktop computer for the streaming of video games on a hardwired gigabit ethernet, so perhaps when my son visits here from his Summer internship out of state later this month I will put him on the case.  I could probably do it, but I just don't have the bandwidth for that now.

There are many things I could say about the markets, and about the economic and social and political situation we find ourselves in.

People do not want to hear it. If I have learned anything in the last ten years is that people just do not want to hear it, even if the truth is presented factually and with transparent reason, in a fairly calm and straightforward manner.  

I have tried dressing it up in different ways, with humor, with sarcasm, with rational discussion and even with rowdiness, more of a habit I must say of some years ago.

Lately, as you may have noticed, or not, the emphasis of what I have been writing here has shifted to reassuring the faithful, and cautioning them against falling away as things get a little crazier, which they are bound to do, as opposed to arguing for systemic reforms.

That I think the outcome, in general, of all this is 'baked in' now at least in the broader outlines for the short term.. I just cannot believe it. It is like watching a train wreck in slow motion. So the sense of urgency one might have had when they thought that the situation was still manageable is no longer there.

And yet, you never see the good coming when things get darkest.  But I don't think they are the darkest yet.  I think the next collapsing bubble may usher that one in, with the usual posturing and false flags.

I see nonsense everywhere. But the truly hysterical part of this cycle is still approaching, and it may get quite a bit worse. There may be blood, if history is any indication, and a great deal of propaganda and distorted information spread by the money masters without a doubt.

Both political parties have failed, and the most sustainable solutions are being opposed vigorously by the very few at the top of the status quo.

What is going to happen is approaching with a kind of inevitability. And I have no more time or patience left in discussing this, especially with people whose minds are closed, and who censor what can be said or referenced on their sites.  Still, times like this show us our real friends like stars in the night, and in some of the unlikeliest places.

All in all, we ought to draw comfort from the realization that, despite our prideful ignorance, we are not all that exceptional and that historically our situation is hardly unique.  Those who have gone before us have stood on similar ground, over and over again.

And in the end, the only real tragedy is not to be a saint.

Keep the faith.




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