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The Modern Day Tower Of Babel

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The end of a civilization is marked by the love of money (greed). Not that money per se is the evil force, but when it becomes the prime driving force in all our activities, it takes on the form of idol worship at the expense of true spiritual and eternal guidelines. Thank you for giving an opportunity for reflection, Philip!

THE ESSAYIST

For many years a majority of the nations in the world have always considered America (USA) to be the harbinger of civilization. But now the prophecy of Albert Einstein seems to have come true that: “I do not know what World War III will be fought with but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” Government officials should be elected by an examination to determine knowledge and fitness, and promotion should be by merit alone and without political interference in order to ensure that it’s the best men and women that get involved in state affairs.

Nostradamus and many other wise seers foresee the political madness we are currently experiencing in the world. Michel Nostradamus wisdom is however largely ignored everywhere, despite him having been a man who possessed of some inner source of knowledge beyond the reach of ordinary men and women. It for such reasons…

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5 thoughts on “The Modern Day Tower Of Babel

  1. arv!

    I’m glad you brought this topic up. It is true that the world is chasing money and fame. From the middle ages till this day, hoarding and amassing has always been the highlight of human greed. I’m not sure how this will end up. With the failure of dictatorship, monarchy, socialism, Marxism….capitalism has had a field day! Hoping for the best…..

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    1. Peter Klopp Post author

      Arv, I agree with you 100%. Capitalism, when unrestrained as it appears to be right now, is brutal. But I believe that greed and lust for power are unfortunately going back to the beginning of human existence. Please note that the post ‘The Modern Day Tower of Babel’ was reblogged and I cannot take credit for this excellent article.

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      1. arv!

        I don’t think that human greed will ever end. I’m not sure if the human race will continue to exist on this planet for next 500 years! I’m aware that this is a reblogged post. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

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