I haven’t been a very good predictor of the future, but I want to try my hand at it one more time:
****** If Trump wins the election, he will be impeached and, this time, convicted before the Fourth of July celebration. The only way he can save himself is if he is pardoned (whether he attempts a self-pardon, or resigns and gets the new president [Pence] to do the dirty deed [ala Ford pardoning Nixon] it’s the only way I see it for him to save himself from a charge in federal court).
****** If Biden wins, he will serve less than three years of his term. He will resign for health reasons, or be forced out of office for health/cognitive reasons.
Folks, it all comes down to this: who do you want to see as president, Pence or Harris?
I’ve come to the conclusion that I need a better outlook on life. This pandemic crap, not to mention all the political b.s. everywhere I look, and the protests in the street, and the racial tension, and the killings, and politicians flapping their gums about crap they know nothing about, and care even less about, and, and, and…. I don’t know about you, but I’ve about had enough.
What I need is a change. So, I picked up a copy of a book that is going to get me out of the funk that all the above mentioned stuff has put me in. As has been said, “I’m tired as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore.” This book is going to do the trick. I just know it is.
It’s time to answer the questions I’ve been thinking about for quite awhile: What if reincarnation is real and when you come back you have to answer for the life you’ve led today? How do you pay for those things you’ve purchased today? How do you atone for those things you’ve allowed to occur in this world?
The way our culture is, we tend to live life the way we want, now, and then expect to pay for it tomorrow, or by someone else. For us, though, tomorrow never comes. Our debt is not paid by us, but by those that follow us. Some say our debt is forgiven. Is it?