Why Covid-19: Me? Haven’t Got The Slightest! Not My Two Cents Worth. But! …

Most of us probably take the idea of the use of numbers in our everyday life for granted. As I have already mentioned, numbers and combinations of certain numbers are what begins the process of the great things that we build. Everything is measured, and not only that, but all those who participate in a building project must all agree on the system of measurement. The same is true with time. We mark time with numbers, and there must also be a spirit of agreement and cooperation with the numbers we use to keep track of time. We use numbers to tell us how fast we can drive or how fast we are going. We use numbers to determine how successful or unsuccessful something was, i.e., the score of a ballgame, the attendance of a movie, or how fast someone ran. Many cultures put a great deal of faith in lucky numbers or sacred numbers. We use numbers to call someone on the telephone, or to find the location of a television show. Numbers are used to help us get from one place to the next, such as a highway sign or a flight number. We use numbers to determine the population of towns or the altitude of something. Obviously, numbers are used to gauge our financial status or to determine profit and loss in business, or how much oil and gas to put in our cars. All right, enough already, you have made your point. Numbers are important in all cultures, everywhere on the planet. No one escapes the need to use numbers. So I would ask you to consider one of Newton’s laws. Every cause is equal to or greater than it’s effect. If numbers play such an important role in creation (the effect), how much more would they mean with the Creator (the Cause)? End of quote.

About Your Last Two Dreams And COVID-19 …

Friday, April 10, 2020 at 4:57 pm.

Let’s see, the prominent features in the dreams? The Number Twelve is prevalent in both dreams, but there are other features listed in the table below.

O My Master! All Day You Have Sent Me The Information To Begin To Discepher It All. I Wait …

Friday, April 10, 2020 at 5:16 pm.