At Current Rates Of Use World Could Run Out Of Thoughts And Prayers By As Early As 2019

Something to think about. Wise words written from the heart, speaking the voice of so many in the world. After, yet another tragedy, hitting the lives of so many families and friends, we offer so little but prayers to them. I wish we could do more as neighbours.

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…sadly silenced
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USA-CHINA/CLIMATEA worldwide shortage of thoughts and prayers may leave us with no choice but to actually do something by as early as January 2019, researchers are warning, after a recent study revealed the popular refrain is now fueling 93% of governmental inaction globally. And we are running out.

Dr. Tim Freely, a leading expert in thinking and praying, and author of the book Act Now Or Forever Wring Your Hands, explains:

“The trouble is that back in the 50’s, when they first started using this phrase as a catch-all for ‘I’m not motivated to actually do something here but feel obligated to open and close my mouth in some fashion or other,’ politicians and community leaders had no idea how much they’d be relying on this platitude by the time the 21st century rolled around. And now we’re just plain running out. Of thoughts. Of prayers. And of patience.” 

Freely isn’t…

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2 thoughts on “At Current Rates Of Use World Could Run Out Of Thoughts And Prayers By As Early As 2019”

  1. While we have some rifles, they are never used. One is my great grandfather’s he used on the farm. 50% of the guns in the US are owned by 3% of the population with 25% having at least one gun. I am not sure how there figures are known since I have never been asked about the antique double barrel that is missing some parts. The now infamous man that is seeking to have downloadable plans for 3 d printed guns lives in this area. Big $$ to be made is the bottom line.


    1. I am always stunned to hear that some Walmarts (depending on the State) actually sell guns. Such a different culture. A sporting goods store, I get it but boy that is so odd to me.


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