MAYDAY 1460: THURSDAY, JULY 4, 2019

Imagine King, a happy, ending. For your nephew; for ye; for Islam; for all, Urantia. Imagine King, a legacy, greater than that of Saladin. In a Golden Rule,

lies, a golden, opportunity. And in peace. Not war. For at the heart of Islam, lies, the Golden Rule.

At the heart of many religions, as in Islam, lies, some version or other of the seemingly, ubiquitous, Golden Rule. Imagine, King Salman: A happy, ending.

For your nephew; for ye; for Islam and all, Urantia. Imagine King, a legacy, greater than, Saladin’s.

@KingSalman: A legacy greater than Saladin’s. It may well, be. But there’s a catch; a Catch-22, Joe calls it; for the brevity of our

lives, limits, by design, our legacies. Life: An epic quest to compete, our assigned, missions. His, is the power … not ours.

@KingSalman: His is the power not ours. Truisms, we render lip service to; honoring, in their omission, disorder. Then comes a day, like a thief in the night.

King: Ye’ve been chosen to enforce, the Golden Rule. Before it is too late; to do, what’s right.

@KingSalman: Comes a day in the life of every man; it comes, like a thief, in the night. Yours came, as expected, unexpectedly. King: Ye’ve been chosen.

Chosen have ye been to enforce Golden Rule. Many, the actors on globe theatre stages. Few, are chosen.

@KingSalman: Know this: Knowledge, great as it is, is not as great as wisdom. Knowledge is to data as wisdom is to data’s output. Crises, long, over due,

are here. Crises, of climate; Crises, of human migration. And in government, intractable, crises, too.

Keep in mind King Salman, as ye ponder what may happen next, Voltaire’s Prayer: “Lord: Protect me from my friends. I can take care of my enemies.”

Water. And oil. And when oil mixes, ye’ll soon know, what happens, next. So, do take care, of your enemies.

@KingSalman: Take care of your enemies. Discount not that a silver-tongued friend, may, in your back, stab ye. Water. And oil. If mixed, anarchy,

likely awaits. Replete with the storming of gates and the wonton, lynching of men, whether, or not … guilty.

@KingSalman: Water. And oil. If in the Gulf they mix, anarchy’s, likely. Replete with storming of gates and lynching of men and women whether they’re guilty,

or not. Beware of the morbidly obese, silver-tongued, so-called, friends, shown. They’re enemies.
http://a.msn.com/01/en-us/AADIBI3?ocid=st

@KingSalman: Beware of the morbidly obese, silver-tongued and triple-jowled, so-called, friends, shown. Enemies mostly, when not passionately,

ravishing, one another. Hot in bed, at tryst-summits are the two Cold War warriors. Loving … too, occasionally.
http://a.msn.com/01/en-us/AADIBI3?ocid=st

@dccc: Nothing like a picture’s thousand words to see and even feel, if empathetic ye be, the intentional infliction, of emotional, distress.

Distress, inflicted, purposely. A tort. And criminal, constitutional, violations. In Hell. And in, real, distress. http://a.msn.com/01/en-us/AADKXSZ?ocid=st

@KingSalman: Thanks for investigating your nephew. Nothing like pictures; audios and videos to document, injury. Imagine him; Khashoggi at the Saudi Embassy. Turkey’s guest. Innocent. In Hell. To be, dismembered there, most, un-Islamically.

@KingSalman: Thanks for investigating MbS. Nothing like pictures; audios and videos to document, injury. Imagine Khashoggi at the Saudi Embassy.

Turkey’s guest, disgracefully, dismembered. Begin calls linking the G-20 in 2020, to the killing, of Khashoggi.

@AgnesCallamard: Thanks for your work. Art follows ye. And he’s tagging ye to keep ye, and the UN, abreast of efforts, to replace the ruling paradigm

with one more people, friendly; a nurturing, place; not a torturous, place. On replacing a sick, paradigm.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s