Since Flight MH370 disappeared, it has become increasingly more difficult to distinguish fact from fiction, truth from illusion, lies from honesty, for all these elements are present – though perhaps the truth is what is missing most.
From the time of the first statements made by the Malaysian government, apart from the fact that one of their aircraft was missing, much of what has been said by way of explanation or evidence has been contradicted or withdrawn, leaving relatives distraught in their ignorance and onlookers bemused by the fog of confusion. Now, inevitably, we are witness to a desperate effort to find someone to blame, and I feel for the families of the pilots, filled with fear and grief but having to suffer the pain of whisper and innuendo, or outright accusation, too.
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It is sad that our modern world demands answers and reasons for any mystery and if an explanation is not there, there is a tendency to create one, whether it is true or not. I sense this happening now over Flight MH370: there is a determination to find a human, logical answer to its disappearance, because mysteries are not allowed to happen in this age of reason.
I am sceptical about what I hear, believing there is an element of truth in some of it but that a lot of what is being said is invention or deception, possibly for good reason to do with security, for example, or perhaps to satisfy the demand for answers that is everywhere. What is certain is that aviation and security experts cannot understand what happened to this large modern plane, nor why. Meanwhile, the loved ones of the passengers and crew of Flight MH370 are left in limbo, not knowing whether to grieve or to hope, as new day after new day of relentless uncertainty comes and goes.
I blame no-one, and feel the hand of God teaching us gently about the importance of acceptance, discernment, and of love.
Discernment, Acceptance, and Love are key Principles of the New Consciousness philosophy.