Cracks in the system
- The German pilot who deliberately crashed an airliner
- A person who wants to commit suicide
- It seems that both sides have come up with something
Two events have commanded top news attention this last week that expose cracks in the system. The deliberate crashing of a jetliner by a German pilot and the Iran nuclear talks that seem to drag out forever.
The German pilot who deliberately crashed an airliner had emotional problems for years and people knew about it. It’s amazing how these kinds of medical and emotional disorders slip through the cracks for such an important job position. Do you think that with tighter control and regular checking on pilots responsible for so many lives that this could have been avoided?
A person who wants to commit suicide doesn’t necessarily want to end their life, they what to end their pain, but how does a person end one’s pain include killing 150 people? Psychiatric disorders will continue to rise with the over-prescription of pharmaceutical drugs. Testing and checkups should be increased or the rules changed so that people taking certain kinds of drugs are prevented from having positions of great responsibility.
The Iranian nuclear talks have dragged on for years without any progress. Now it seems that both sides have come up with something that everyone can live with. But coming up with guidelines and rules is not something that will translate into open transparency by Iran. People can agree to anything, but before the ink has even dried on the paper, one side or the other is already thinking about how they can get around transparency and inspections. When two powerful countries like the U.S. and Iran come head to head over issues that are just as important to both sides, but for different reasons, you will never see agreement on any terms that will stick.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That with the current state of people taking so many pharmaceutical drugs, it will become much more difficult to hire the right people.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because it shows the world just how controlling and life-threatening these dangerous drugs can be.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You should rethink your outlook on any drug, whether it’s prescribed or not. It is not necessarily safe at all just because your doctor recommended it.
COMMENTARY: It appears that masking societies problems with drugs, legal or illegal, is showing cracks in their superficial promises. The only way to fix society’s problems is to face them head on, not mask them. That’s where we are people. It’s time to become the whole person you have always desired to be. Knock out the distractions, calm down and listen. You will discover that you have the best advisors at your service anytime you want, they are your Spirit Guide Angels.