Good evening from a still, silent Surrey.
Have you all noticed how quickly time seems to be speeding past nowadays? The first week of April is rapidly becoming a full page in our Planet’s Diary and we find ourselves staring into the future annals of History.
This blistering pace of change is affecting work on Book Two:- writing is proceeding at a steady pace but it has become quite apparent that revision to the existing four/five chapters is already an absolute necessity. I began to wonder whether a different approach would be required. Indeed, I am pondering the possibility of committing 2-3 chapters as ‘mini-ebooks’ – encompassing the Ebook chapters under the auspices of one Book 2 umbrella for Paperback release later in the year.
The accelerating unravelling of events has not gone unnoticed by our friends and relatives on the Other Side. Interestingly, my Sister commented several years ago that 2013 was the year to look out for as opposed to 2012. She has not revised her viewpoint, recently stating that ‘so much is happening at once, days will seem to blur into a continuous stream of events, moreso than normal’. She has indicated that April will be ‘interesting’ but has not yet expanded upon this observation – only able to comment, once more, that ‘too much is happening at once’.
My Sister (and our Grandfather)’s message remains that immense changes are awaiting mankind in the near-immediate future. Our Planet is undergoing one of her normal cyclical changes, as are the Solar System and our beautiful Star, the Sun. And yes, it would appear that mankind is facing a particularly challenging period of its history. Ostensibly, one could aver that we began feeling the effects of this particularly bracing wind of change a few years ago.
They assure me that we should not fear the winds of change; without change, the ‘false security of complacency’ sets in and the waters of life become stagnant. We should never forget that loved ones – ethereal and corporeal – are always with us. We are not alone, even if we feel alone.
Whilst everything will be happening so quickly that we feel unable to catch our breath, we will face these momentous events together.
All will be well.