i recall a conversation i was involved in once that revolved around the issue of peaceful resolution of conflict. i was defending the position of violence not needing to ever be a means of resolution.
i was asked a series of hypothetical questions about what i would do if attacked, if a loved one was being attacked, etc.
in pondering how to respond to these questions, i felt a troubling cloud of low vibrationed energy come over me as i imagined these events occurring. it occurred to me that to just consider how i would react to such physical attacks was lowering my own vibration.
i noted that other than bullying in grade-school, i have never been in such a situation where i have had to defend against violence with violence. (come to think of it, i never defended myself physically in grade-school.)
as my questioner pressed for answers, i realized that it was, in some way, folly for me to even consider these questions, one of which was how i would choose if faced with a choice between which of various loved ones would die, if forced to make such a choice.
by the grace of whatever relation i have with my own higher guiding principles and entities, i am left peacefully alone in this life to transmit life and light into the world. such questions of intrigue have not had to be faced by me; and if such a regretful necessity arises, i'll cross that bridge when i come to it.
and so i declined to address the questions, feeling that to do so would only lessen my own conductivity of positive energy. there are those in this world who, for whatever reasons on whatever level, are faced with the need to choose how to act in the face of a lethal threat from others. if they find themselves on that particular stage, well, what can i say, it's unfortunate.
so, when i read about the chinese secret society's alleged plans to strike at the 'eye', i find i can neither support this plan 'b' as it is called, or condemn it. in fact, i can't even address the conundrum at all, for to do so fills me with an inner conflict, as it has many of you.
from a purely spiritual perspective, for those of us who have the mission of channeling the energy of light/love out into the world at large (and considering that many wanderers will read of benjamin fulford), merely the consideration of this conundrum, i believe, is antithetical to our mission, and perhaps is a ploy to lessen the pure, unadulterated quality of love from the heart of oneness, by making us think we should choose, here, regarding plan 'b', if it comes to that.
not to be ensnared by 'human' intrigue, i remain,