All the concern over the drought in California
- Not having water
- California will have some severe…
- This will be both good and bad
- They are thinking about doing that right now
The weather is fickle. All the concern over the drought in California will change soon, but maybe not soon enough for many.
Not having water because of a severe four-year drought has crippled many parts of the California economy and has had a great impact on food prices and people’s quality of life. We are not just talking about them not being able to water their lawn, but trying to survive with little water. This is part of a yin and yang rebalance we see coming.
By this coming winter, California will have some severe weather bringing much rain. This rain will be driven to dried-up river beds and lakes causing flash flooding and destruction. The state will go from not enough water to a deluge of water.
This will be both good and bad. The good part will be a reprieve from a horrible drought, but even though water will come back it will distract people and the powers that be in government to make the right decisions to avoid another serious water problem. People will go back to their old ways of wasting water and then soon forget about having no water or very little water.
Many should consider moving out of the state, as they are thinking about doing that right now. This would relieve some of the problems when water comes back. But until governments decide to do the right things and invest in the right areas and large corporations stop thinking that they own all the water and it’s not a person’s natural human right to have access to clean water, then nothing will change in California whether they have water or not.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That failure to prepare and changing thinking either way will be disastrous.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because California will feel the pain of water shortages a few months longer before it eases up.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you are in a position to leave California and move to an area with water you should probably do so.
COMMENTARY: It’s about the yin/yang rebalancing in our thinking. This is a shift from the way we used to do things and expect them to be. Examine where your current lifestyle is opposing this rebalancing. This is where you will feel the most stress right now. The sooner you take action to shift out of the areas that no longer work for you, the better you will start to feel. That’s when you will be able to embrace this rebalancing. Remember, this journey is supposed to be fun.