There Is A Well-Used Analogy That A Frog, Placed In A Pot Of Cool Water, Will Not React If The Water Is Gradually Heated To A Boil.

Oh, my Holy Spirit! You know the parable of the frog and the boiling water. By the time the frog attempts to jump out, things have already gone too far and it cooks to death. This story is often used to describe a society that ignores its problems until those erupt in chaos. Apparently, nobody knew and suddenly things have become uncontrollable.

Florien asks: “When is the water too hot for the frog?”

“Well, that again, is a collective question. It has nothing to do with an Upper Civilization in these Heavenly Realms. Everyone Up Here is actually keeping an eye on this Earthly Human Laboratory. We have seen that pot boil over many, many times. Is a stupid frog capable of saving itself? Are Earth Humans no more advanced than the status of a lowly frog?

Perhaps, this test would determine their evolution to a Higher Planetary Level? The only answer to that question would be:

“When the frog, itself, sees to its own rescue and leaps out of the pot.”

It has the advantage of being able to leap high and wide. So, it would be capable of such, until overwhelmed by a rapid boil; which comes rather late in the game. Until it saves itself, it must be too stupid to see the tragedy building up. The frog only has one chance to succeed before becoming dinner for a higher species. There are no second chances!”

About Linda J. Brown

Linda is a solo around the world traveler, having slowly explored the world's two hemispheres. A third trip around the equator has just begun, planned to last at least four years. After living for a year in the spiritual and beautiful town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, she has transferred to the beautiful and spiritual town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Feeling honored that the mysterious Hurricane Patricia paid her a call during her first week; she is none-the-less, eternally-grateful that this "worst hurricane in human history" decided to leave the planet alone, after all.
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