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Japan II

Comments Posted on Mar 16, 2011 08:58PM

The next part of the story of what is happening in Japan seems to be describes here among other places:

“WikiLeaks reveals government warned about nuclear plant safety in 2008”

Suddenly we move from a story of one accidental disaster after the other to a story of greed and negligence as we see often these days. Our time right now could be covered by the head line ‘The Loss of Power’



Japan

Comments Posted on Mar 16, 2011 08:43PM

When something as dramatic as the present situation in Japan happens I always try to look for the bigger lines, energetically as any idea of punishement is not a part of my world.

Here a few things I have noticed. Maybe you have found others.

As I watched the photage of the tsumani and and saw its progression I thought of World War 2. I have seen in Bali how the Japanese are still met with animosity. It seemed to me that the immense flow of water was a cleansing of the last residues of the war. Water cleanses though not always gently.

It seems to me that is hard for Asia to keep hating a people that now face the trouble that Japan faces. Instead compassion is found – an opening of the heart. And perhaps even the old mix of guilt and war fare is replaced by admiration of how the Japanese handle all the challenges of earth quake, tsunami and nuclear threat.



“The Day We Sang The Cities Away”

Comments Posted on Mar 16, 2011 09:21AM

To my surprise I find that I am not really fond of being right – at least not when it comes to big serious things that happens to the world such as problems with nuclear plants in Japan.

I have gotten used to being wrong about the glimpses I apparently catch of the future. Right now I am writing on a novel in Danish, “The Journey from Utopia”, that I started working on half a year ago. In this book Utopia is huge urban society in the future that has solved all practical problems but where the inhabitants are dying out at an alarming rate due to genetic defects.

Even further back I wrote the story, “The Day We Sang The Cities Away”, a story I am very fond of with an unusual angle to how we can eventually clean up the mess we have made on Earth. The first real test in the story is the clearing of a broken down nuclear plant.

I am a bit spooked by this.

I thought about posting the story on the blog but it is fairly long. I suggest instead that you send me an email if you want cheering up and I’ll send you the story.