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Issue 6,  May 23, 2009     —      Indra Reinpuu, Fading Future  —  Mother Teresa in Quotes

A man sat down next to me one day as I was waiting for the bus. After a few moments of silence, he turned to me and said in a very matter of fact tone:

“This is a stupid world.”

It wasn’t the usual way I’d expect a complete stranger to start a conversation. I looked at his face and saw that he was neither angry nor upset. This left me intrigued, particularly as it appeared he wasn’t going to say anything else.

“What do you mean by that?” I enquired, genuinely puzzled at where this might lead. I thought I was a pretty good judge of people and generally able to sense their emotional state without too much trouble. With this guy however, I had no idea – He was somehow, unreadable.

“I mean that this world of yours makes no sense to me,” he replied.

Before I could say anything else, the man knelt down directly in front of me and locked his eyes upon mine with a gaze I could not have broken even if I had wanted to. His look held no malice, no aggression and no threat. In that instant, the stranger built a connection between himself and the deepest part of my being. Maybe it was my mind he bonded with; perhaps he reached my very soul – I don’t know. What I DO know, is that it was tangible and something very real.

 “You are destroying a wonderful thing,” he began, almost whispering, but with a conviction and depth of knowing I had never encountered before.

“Your rivers are choking, your wildlife is dying and your rainforests are almost gone. The air in your big cities isn’t safe to breathe, the weather is ever more violent and unpredictable and the entire globe grows hotter with each passing day.” He paused and then went on as if there was a lot to say and little time to say it.

“How much longer do you think humanity’s selfishness, righteousness and apathy can be sustained?”

“Why do you allow television programs that artificially manufacture the most insecure, irresponsible and superficial of human behaviours and then call it Reality TV? And why are you then surprised when your society mysteriously becomes more insecure, irresponsible and superficial?

 “Why do you invest so much in teaching your children how to make a living in today’s world, yet so little in teaching them how to live with the coming challenges of tomorrow?

“How many wars are there on Earth at the moment? How many of them are being fought in the name of God? How much terror can the human heart endure?

 “Why do you wait and pretend everything is still alright when it so plainly is not? How close to your own species’ death do you have to get before you really do something?”

Suddenly, he stopped and broke his gaze. I was dazed and strangely exhausted. I looked at him, still unable to get a grasp on what had just happened.

“Who are you?”  Was all I could mumble from within my confusion.

 “I am your fading future.” he said coldly, and vanished before my eyes.   ###

Fading Future by Indra Reinpuu   

Mind Matrix by Indra Reinpuu
A book to guide the reader in finding their absolute potential.
Although aimed at sports people at every level and every endeavor this inspiring book will assist anyone, in any field, who wants to get more out of whatever they do and desire.
Mind Matrix not only encourages physical and mental prowess but also seeks to evoke a far deeper under-standing of oneself and others in the quest for athletic and personal success.    

Mother Teresa in Quotes

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Mother Teresa
  Catholic Nun, Missionary
  Nobel Peace Prize Recipient

Mother Teresa proved that one person can make a real diiference — you too, are 'one person'.

“Smile at each other, smile at your wife, smile at your husband, smile at your children, smile at each other — it doesn't matter who it is — and that will help you to grow up in greater love for each other.”

"It is not the magnitude of our actions but the amount of love that is put into them that matters."

"Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do... but how much love we put in that action."

"Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person."

"Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat. The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread."
"Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier."

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