As the winter of 2014 comes to an end, (April in the most northern parts, May in areas like Maine,) the energy and forces will come back into a balance, and in general, across the nation we will see more towards the average weather patterns of the last 5-6 years. We will not see the weather patterns of 3, 4, or 5 decades ago, anymore – not in our lifetime.
As the winter slowly ends, there will be fewer extreme events for the nation as a whole for the rest of 2014. This is the general prediction for all areas. We will be back in what can be termed as “average” weather, or rather the new term – “the new normal” for each area. This includes all the mixes of weather that have been in each area over the last 5-6 years.
I know this is not a cheerful prediction. The positive side of this is that we can, if we’re willing, adapt and live productively through these challenging times. Some of us have memories how things were different, and so we can compare the two eras. But, those of us who are younger know this time only, and so come into this time willing to look for and create new ways to live productively. In the decades ahead, we also will see many new ways of facing life’s challenges. There will be opportunities in every arena of life – for creativity, cooperation, acceptance, tolerance, imagination, support, innovation, respect, leadership, unselfish sharing, and so much more – in every area of human life. We will be witness to some of this, and if we’re willing, we also can bring some of this into existence for ourselves, and those with whom we have contact or come into contact.
It is always our choice on how we respond within our own lives.
“Let God decide what is possible.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2007)
“We can either follow the old ways of the past, or we can lead the new ways into the future.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2006)
“Whether heaven or hell awaits us, depends on which one we’ve created for others.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2009)
Will the Southern CAlifornia summer be very very hot since we didn’t get much rain or will it be more moderate?