Greece, Germany – and continuing confusion in the EU

July 24, 2012,
Claire Montanaro

The situation in Europe is like a massive pot of soup that has been on the stove for a very long time: bits have been taken out, ingredients and leftovers have been tossed in from time to time when the cooks felt like it, and it has been stirred around a lot to try and improve the taste and the appearance. It is a murky, messy, unpalatable dish now having started with pure and fresh products: all that can be done with it is to throw it out and begin again – but this time keeping the process as simple and clear as possible. It is not just currency matters that have become massively and unnecessarily complicated, but everything to do with money has  become so layered in complex obscurity it has become a golden opportunity for corruption and abuse: money laundering, tax avoidance, trading-gambling, price-rigging, bail-outs for avoidable indebtedness paid by taxpayers, savers penalised and the super-rich immune to rules applied to “the little people”. It is extraordinary that in this era of regulation and apparent transparency such a situation can exist, probably in every country in the world that has an economy. What is shocking is that comparable scenarios may apply in every global market sector, such as the power industries, the building trade and the shipping business. They have become so big they are uncontrollable and ungovernable, and so in practice are unaccountable. Simplicity is the key always, and the principle of simplicity applies not just to the Eurozone and HSBC but to you and me also. Our personal world may be smaller but it can be clouded and complicated also, and in need of review. Sometimes, indeed, like the pot of soup, we need to tip away most of what is there and begin again. Whatever you do with the pot that is your life, ensure you refresh it periodically, at least, and add what is fresh, and new, and delightful. For some of the big pots, like the EU or the banking system, it is time to recognise the pressing need to discard the container as well as the contents, for it is the only sensible way forward now.]]>

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I am a spiritual teacher, channel and writer with a special interest in esoteric philosophy and the world in transition, who loves nature and wildlife.  My aim is to help your human and soul journey through spiritual wisdom, spiritual connection and the raising of consciousness.


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