The Date Was January 4, 1865 ...

The American Civil War would end three months later followed by a period of reconstruction and rebuilding. Doesn't it seem to you that we are always in a cycle of destruction and rebirth - separation and reunion?

Over in New York City, on this date, the New York Stock Exchange opened its doors at its first permanent headquarters: 10-12 Broad Street near Wall Street. Conflicts of another kind would result as the years passed that would affect the lives of most people on the planet, highlighting in the 21st century as humanity plays its financial games/gains and all comes full circle. Gold ... alchemy ... would be the answer in all definitions of the word.

Do you have a system for the stock market? Do you gamble in the market? Do you make money? Did you lose a lot since September 2008?

It's the first Monday of the new year and new decade ... a time when your consciousness shifts back to finances, those thoughts set aside during the holidays. How do you see the economy as you return to work or make other important financial decisions? What are your financial goals for 2010?



Happy Birthday Isaac Newton




Isaac Newton: Who He Was, Why Google Apples Are Falling
 
National Geographic - January 4, 2010

Silly as it sounds, Monday morning I had an overwhelming urge to eat an apple for breakfast. As I sat at my computer munching away ... I updated Ezine and posted the quote for Isaac Newton. Checking google, I discovered the google doodle of the day was about Isaac Newton. I laughed ... another bit/bite/byte of knowledge, the usual metaphors coming to mind - Apple computer, knowledge, tree of life, things inevitably fall down due to the 'gravity' of the situation ..... you can finish the rest. Newton was not only a brilliant scientist, but he was an alchemist - a man who could think outside the box and probably knew the truth about the illusion. Isaac Newton was one of my favorite characters in history and the most popular file on Crystalinks January 3, 2010.

Newton combined alchemy and economies - pseudoscience with natural sciences and mathematics. Read on ....

We build too many walls and not enough bridges.

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