In many ways, we are all looking for the same thing. It may sound ironic, but wouldn't world peace be wonderful? We have missed the boat so many time that I wonder if we even remember what the boat looks like.
Yes, world peace is the ideal humankind has searched out for centuries. The leaders of the world sell themselves on the idea of peace, yet when they are put in a position of power somehow they change. Their idea of peace is replaced by the power that overtakes them and rules their heart.
We often hear that "times have changed". And though times have changed in some regards, there are the underlying issues that keep surfacing only so that history keeps repeating itself. You will see the same struggles surfacing in "Ways of War" that have plagued humankind for centuries. Men want to control one another. They are competing for ultimate control by whatever means necessary to conquer the weak. The powerful possess the means to make the world a better place, but they squander it and end up destroying the very thing they claim to want to help. In "A Dangerous Truth you will see more of the same as those in control continue to "miss the boat" to peace. Your eyes will be opened though. You will see a shift in the energy that moves the world in one direction then the other.
As you move through "A Dangerous Truth" you will realize that the answer to the saving grace of humankind is not steeped in power, wealth or greed, it will be realized in a far superior way, yet the answer is so simple. Wonder and ask why? As Days of Doom comes to an end it will be as clear as day. Times do change and stories are told, yet the lesson remains unlearned. When will we ever learn?