So much to-do, lately, about the “apocalypse”: proclamations of the “end times”, the “end of the world”, the “devastation of everything”, the “total destruction of life as we know it”. All things full of fear.
So I decided to do some digging. I looked at the definitions of “apocalypse”, and without boring you to tears with all of them, I’ll sum up my interpretation of what I found:
APOCALYPSE: An unveiling
I see that as quite promising, don’t you? Each moment is an “unveiling”, in my little mind. Nothing that ends anything, except the moment that has just passed. Nothing that hints at devastation or destruction. Only an opening up, and yes, an unveiling of the new moment.
© Janet Mitchell, August 2012