I don't believe vaccine passports are needed with a mild COVID variant like Omicron, but we can live with them for a short while.
Because there were no gyms or saunas for quite awhile, I walked at least twice a day. I ended up losing 25 lbs.
I listened to high-powered music like the William Tell Overture, Good Golly Miss Molly, and Big Hunk of Love. I also added to my record collection some great rare oldies: Feel So Fine, Bless You, and Rock and Roll is King.
Every night I prayed for healing for all the active COVID cases in Canada and the world.
P.S. A couple of days ago, the world witnessed the barbaric attack on Ukraine (a free country), by Russia, specifically, by President Putin. The prayerwarrior's campaign has changed from COVID to this war (Putin's War). We want to end it as quickly as possible with minimal loss of life.
I've often taken relationships with family and friends for granted. Over the last 35 years, I saw my brother Ted six or seven times. I'd excuse this by saying he doesn't talk with me or my mother over long periods of time. I didn't know all the circumstances for this. However, over the last few days, I realized how involved Ted was with community projects in Cobden, Ont.
As a WW2 baby, he was raised by foster parents until my parents were able to take care for him. He had strong ties with the Cobden community from a very young age.
Recently, a biography of his life was published on Yahoo News. As a teacher, business man, coach, and activitist of community events, he had quite an impact.
I went to his son's (Chris) wedding in 1994 and he came to my wedding in 1995, It was ten years later that I saw him and his wife at my mother's 80th birthday party. My mother died in 2006 and he and his wife were at funeral.
In 2010, we were fortunate to get the whole family together for dinner at my brother Bob's place in Toronto. These photos are a rare occasion because we were only together a few times.
In the group picture, my late wife Irene is on the left, then me, then Ted's wife, Daphne, then niece Jenny, then Ted, then Bob's wife, Donna, niece Laura, sister Linda and brother Bob.
In 2015, my brother and I watched one of Ted's grandchildren playing hockey in a Scarboro rink. Ted always took his grandkids to baseball and hockey games that they played in. He was a real hands-on grandfather.
Ted died last week and even the Toronto Star covered his obituary and biography.
Ted was busy man around Cobden with his family and his many projects. If I had spent more time with him. I would have known that instead of reading about them in a newspaper.
Farewell dear brother.
Here's a collection of super 8 videos of the Barron and Peever family from the early 1960s.
Tributes to Ted are in the guestbook from his many friends.
Over the last 25 years, I spent a great deal of time with my late wife Irene and her family in Ontario and Newfoundland. We made several trips to Newfoundland and there was always something new to discover there.
Here are pictures of our 2010 trip. Irene is shown with her favourite brother Clarence Noseworthy and his wife, Winnie. Their cousin, Tom Lawlor is shown with his granddaughter. There's also pictures of some of Irene's other brothers, Walt and his wife Sadie Nosewothy, Fred and his grandaughter Taylor Noseworthy.
Lots of great scenery in Newfoundland.
P.S. Here's an Elvis song that Irene loved to hear me sing at karaoke
The biggest COVID booster over the last two years was the fearmongering from Neil Ferguson and his cronies from the Imperial College. I've fought relentless battles against them with my twitter posts.
It looks like we may have finally won against the fearmongers in Canada.
Both vaccinations and natural immunity are producing good outcomes against COVID.
There was/is this crazy ideology called COVIDzero that many top doctors were using against COVIDvariants and Omicron.
Fear spreads quicker than any virus and fear lowers the immune system.
Doctors should have known better, but when you're in a panic attack rationality disappeared.
Every night, I prayed for healing of COVID in the world. As of today, there are 290,608,504 recovered cases on the planet, 71,345,679 mild cases (99.9%) and 95,838 severe (0.1%).
The positive outcomes can't be denied.
We're winning the end game against COVID/Omicron and fearmongering.
About 2000 years ago, a few powerful beings from "The Nexus" or "The Q Continuum" decided on a salvation plan for humanity. This salvation initative would free souls from suffering, slavery, death and "The Darkside of the Force". This became the mission of Jesus Christ on Earth and ended up as the Christian religion.
The souls of mankind would have many religions to choose from, however the religions at the time recruited souls through duress and manipulation.
It was only well into the 20th century and the internet that people could get enough information to make informed decisions. The educational texts included "The Bible" and its different interpretations, "The Koran", "The Torah", "The Bhagavad Vita", Swedenborg books, Urantia, The Book of Mormon, Christian Science, "The Law of One", Ascended Masters, and Scientology.
Humanity will probably need a 1000 years to study all this material. It has to be a time of peace. Will we take a test and past with 51% or more? Will those who fail have to go through 26,000 years of reincarnations again?
Will the test include knowledge about Star Trek and Star Wars and its many spinoffs? They play the movies and various StarWar/StarTrek series on TV all the time. This sounds like its part of the curiculum.
Are we prepared for a flash test?
There is considerable debate on why extraterrestrials are here. Richard Dolan wrote a book on this subject called "Alien Agendas". The TV series "Ancient Aliens" looked at the influence of extraterrestrials thoughout history.
From my point of view, the main resources on this planet aren't gold, nuclear bombs or technology. The main resources are souls. They come in all states of consciousness/unconscousness with all kinds of abilities and disabilities.
One of the top books on past lives and near death experiences is Raymond Moody's "Life after Life".
This is my third blog on the afterlife. There will be at least one more. This is not a subject you can learn in five minutes.
Both Christianity and Scientology embrace the principle of "The Way Out Is The Way Through" towards loss, suffering and pain on planet Earth. Jesus handled it on the cross on a massive cosmic level and Scientolgy handles it on a personal level.
From a medical standpoint, loss, pain and suffering is usually handled with painkillers, and psychiatric drugs.
The above is part of a materialistic belief system that's suppose to make all your troubles go away. Even death to many of these "one life experts" is a way of avoiding the problems of life by going unconsciousness, no accountability, no brain, no pain.
The loss of my wife and the pain of her death is very real to me. We all have to face experiences like that at some time in our life. Repressing memories, running away doesn't do any good.
One can't run away from painful experiences through death. Suicide isn't the way out.
At some point, we have to come to terms about what we've learned in life and whether we've learned anything from our mistakes. "There is nothing hidden that won't be disclosed or anything made secret that won't come to light".
In my previous blog, the afterlife looked like a distance light at the end of a dark tunnel. When Jesus became part of this afterlife, it moved much closer.
The early Christians had no fear of death. One such Christian who was getting roasted on a spit told his tormentor to turn him over, he was done on one side.
The Apostle Paul suffered a lot for his beliefs, but he knew, that "Life is Christ and to die is gain."
Hardcore materialists reduce mankind's spirituality into solid matter. Reality is only preceived through the senses and the brain.
From what I've seen, they use logic to make their points that seem to go in circles and end up with more confusion, uncertainty and darkness than what they started with. There is no light at the end of the tunnel on this path.
There are some materialists, however, who see consciousness as more than just the product of a brain.
Dr. Stephen Greer had a near death experience in 1973 that opened up his mind to the possibility of communication with extraterrestrials. He called this CE5 (Close encounters with aliens initiated by a human being.) He's been practising these CE5 techniques for 40 years with some success.
If a person is going to learn by his mistakes, he has to have a better storage place for memories than his brain where they can be easily destroyed. The akaskic records is one such place. This is the advanced backup memory system plugged into the minds of earthly souls.
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