If you missed it, the world did not end on May 21 at 6 p.m. as the founder of Family Radio had predicted. We are all still here and earthquakes in all time zones around the earth did not happen. So now what happens to those who wanted to believe?
I hope they realize that many have tried to predict the end of times, over the past centuries, and all have been wrong. Many will be disillusioned with their leader that he was wrong, but it is not the first time that man has been wrong. I was talking to a friend the other day and said if all of this talk about the end of the world made people nicer to one another and helped to create peace, then it was worth it.
Creating a world with less violence on television and in the movies, would be a start to creating a more peaceful society. Reality shows that show people fighting and screaming at one another is not a show that is teaching our young people how to solve problems. Working through an issue is the only way to create growth and peace.
So the world did not end, and most of us are still here with the exception of 90 plus people who lost their lives in a tornado in Joplin, Missouri last night, we must learn to work together on this world and with each other to have a peaceful planet.