Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, The moment one commits, then Providence moves too. Things occur to help that no one could have dreamed would have come their way. Whatever you dream , begin it. Boldness has power, and magic in it. Begin it now
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Since Ceaser invented the calender after the mayan prediction, the end date has to have been calculated using their calender and the 12,21,2012 date is just the day which lines up on our calender with thier apocalyptic premonition. Now if the people who are currently spouting the EOTW crap, have not taken this into account, it just makes them that much funnier to watch.
How about this. If the current extreme weather and seismic events/tsunami's, etc. were to hit a society like the Mayan's in their time, would it be seen as a great change, and then a new beginning? Have we as a society gotten to the point where we simply deal with it, and go on. Making the "apocalypse" just another day for us, but a world changer for them?
"One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it" -Oogway
What would Bruce Campbell do?
Here is a great article on the topic. I wouldn't take any chance....
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