"I have made no money. I am as poor now as ever I was in my life — except in hope, which is by no means bankable."
And here things decidedly brighten. Because no raven but a Sufi teacher flies in the open window. He’s cawing about the end of the world, December 21, 2012. Will we succumb to catastrophe this time, or start a geo-spiritual renewal, or wake up the morning after the newest apocalypse and find things are exactly the same?
Elias Amidon asks, “What if this time is different, not because of celestial influences but because of something closer to home, something that could shift in us from the inside out? What would that be? What would need to 'end' in me for the world to resurrect itself? It’s an honest question."
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