Heaven on Earth

Can We Change?

By John E. Wade II / February 18, 2016 /

Can we change – for the better – one by one, million by million, billion by billion? I think we can – partly through transactional analysis. I have, through enormous efforts of many from 1998 until now. Think of the ramifications of such changes. The key is to engender wisdom in ourselves and others and…

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Thoughts as We Begin the New Year, 2016

By John E. Wade II / January 3, 2016 /

My first thought is personal. I want to marry Nancy and have a beautiful life together till death do us part. Nancy, will you marry me? I want our lives to be balanced, certainly with fun and excitement—such as attending a winning Saints game. But I want our lives to have meaning and to count.…

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A Path of Nonviolence Towards World Order

By John E. Wade II / December 21, 2015 /

I’m coming to believe that prosperity is part of the pathway to democracy. An individual concerned about his next meal isn’t likely to be an informed, articulate, wise voter. Therefore, prosperity has a direct role in the establishment and maintenance of democracy. I have spent a great deal of my time reviewing the fifth chapter…

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The Pursuit of Knowledge and Wisdom

By John E. Wade II / November 19, 2015 /

In my travels, I see all these people passing by. How many of them are consciously seeking wisdom? I’ve been thinking of how to organize my review for Kissinger’s World Order, specifically his chapter on the Middle East. I’ve also put some thought into how he wrote so much in the way of communication, data, and…

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Globalization and World Order

By John E. Wade II / November 3, 2015 /

As I’ve been saying, I am reading and reviewing World Order by Henry Kissinger, taking time to handwrite quotations and comments in great detail. If I could only merge How to Achieve a Heaven on Earth and Glimpses of Heaven on Earth, as well as all my ideas and blogs on those subjects, with Henry Kissinger’s book. He states that…

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Innovation in Government

By John E. Wade II / June 16, 2015 /

Leave a reply I frequently think about how important it is to America and the world that WI Governor Scott Walker be elected president in November, 2016, and assumes control in a fair, kind, and competent manner immediately upon assuming office. I believe in innovation in government–and in all other facets of life. I believe…

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One World

By John E. Wade II / June 11, 2015 /

We have a wonderful window of opportunity to proceed toward Heaven on Earth.  As the American Airline slogan says, “One World.”  I wholeheartedly agree.  Almighty God created each of us and all of us with a mind, body, and a “little piece of God.”  God loves us with an enduring, steadfast love.  I deeply believe that…

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We Can’t Tax Our Way into Prosperity

By John E. Wade II / June 10, 2015 /

I recently had dinner with my best friend, George, and I expressed a lot of political ideas and judgments to him.  We have a stable, robust democracy in America. However, our prosperity is in jeopardy – with a huge national debt, over a trillion in student loans and entitlements that are actuarially unsustainable. These are…

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Imagine a World without Death

By John E. Wade II / June 3, 2015 /

I recently read  a book about the whole process and history leading up to and including death.  I’ve written that as we move from The Innovation Age to The Spiritual Age, somehow, someway, God will eliminate death.  This book has not changed my mind.  But I will readily write that I don’t have God’s timeline. …

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Contemplating Our Purpose in Life

By John E. Wade II / March 9, 2015 /

Our purpose is first to take care of ourselves in mind, body and “little piece of God.”  If we don’t do that, we can’t help our families, others and God.  This requires self-discipline and the mutual respect between others and ourselves. The realities of life can range from joy to sorrow and from triumphs to…

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