In the News (from The Guardian): “Twenty-five people at the heart of the meltdown” The worst economic turmoil since the Great Depression is not a natural phenomenon but a man-made disaster in which we all played a part. Guardian City editor Julia Finch picks out the  individuals who have led us into the current crisis: Alan Greenspan, chairman of US Federal Reserve 1987- 2006, Bill Clinton, former US president, Gordon Brown, prime minister, George W Bush, former US president, Warren Buffett, billionaire investor, George Soros, speculator…
My Comment: On the contrary, the crisis is no one’s fault, because it is the expression of humanity’s disharmony with the upcoming, global level of development. So, instead of looking for someone to blame, we should view the crisis as an invitation to change.
By analyzing this crisis, we can discover all our shortcomings. We can see what is wrong with us now by comparing ourselves to “how we should be.” Then, by correcting ourselves accordingly, we will come out of the crisis and create a new, better civilization.
The crisis will sweep away everything from the past: all the outdated social connections, cultures, religions, and financial or trade relationships. The world that will emerge will be opposite to the one we now have.
Laitman.com Post: The Global Crisis Is the Labor Pains of Birthing a New World
Laitman.com Post: The Global Crisis Is the Birth of a New World
Kabbalah Today Article: “Navigating Through the Financial Storm”