|The Age of Light is upon us: 2012|
I wish to thank my friends and loyal readers for keeping in touch with Incoming Bytes since it's beginning. We have looked at many subjects, controversial, tough, and even the mundane. Thank you for contributing so many interesting comments .
We intend to continue with vigour in 2012. With your help, we will attempt to change the world for the better and --continue to challenge our readers to think for themselves.
Here at Incoming Bytes we wish everyone a prosperous, happy and *safe 2012. May your families remain strong with their faith in God, --and remain together in the best of health, happiness and prosperity.
We MUST bring the message of peace to the world, so let us individually and collectively pray for calm and a substantial and meaningful dedication to peace by all nations of the world.
Let a new spirit of sharing, cooperation and international healing infuse all nations.
Let us challenge ourselves, cast apathy aside, and DARE to change the world for the better. Let us use common sense and reason. Let us think --if we dare.
No matter what 2012 brings us,---
Let the Age of Light begin.
Raymond Alexander Kukkee
One final note for 2011 !!! This may concern one of YOUR loved ones.....
*Speaking of being safe, let us also be SMART. Please don't drink and drive.
It also our understanding there have already been TWO avalanches in BC this year that have resulted in fatalities.
Our hearts go out to the families of those lost in these and similar tragedies.
Let us remember them by re-visiting a post from last year about snowmobile "HIGH MARKING" --an exciting, but dangerous and often fatal sport.
If you are a skier, sportsman or snowmobile enthusiast, or have friends or family that enjoy exploring, playing and working in the great outdoors in avalanche-prone areas, or any area where there is a buildup of snow on steep slopes of any kind, PLEASE have them read the following post about a tragedy that occurred last year, --which was UNNECESSARY.Let us AVOID any repeat of this disaster.
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.