What do I really know?
An admission from Allen Stacker
We get many visitors to the Points of Power website. Nowhere near the number
that some of the Hollywood stars would get to their sites, but for a small site almost
entirely devoted to the New Energy metaphysics, quite a few.
We also receive quite a few emails. Some full of compliments and others
full of questions, and many a mixture of both. Interestingly, however, not one
has ever been of a real ‘questioning’ nature. Not one has ever asked for example
“how do you really know that?” or “how can you be so sure?”
In either case my answer would have been exactly the same… “I just know.”
If I didn’t really know then I would have said so. I’m always the first to admit
that I don’t have all the answers.
So here then is my little admission… or confession.
Although I feel I’m as qualified as anyone on this planet to talk about and answer
questions on the New Energy (with a couple of possible exceptions), there are times
when I feel there is still only one thing that I really, really do know and that I’m
absolutely sure of. And the Nobel Prize Acceptance Address from the film A Beautiful Mind,
given by actor Russell Crowe who incidentally lives within walking distance
of me in Sydney, says it all – briefly and beautifully.
But you don’t need to be a Nobel Prize winner to figure it out.
Thank you. I’ve always believed in numbers and the equations and logics that lead to reason.
But after a lifetime of such pursuits, I ask, “What truly is logic? Who decides reason?”
My quest has taken me through the physical, the metaphysical, the delusional – and back.
And I have made the most important discovery of my career,
the most important discovery of my life: It is only in the mysterious equations
of love that any logic or reasons can be found.
I’m only here tonight because of you [his wife].
You are the reason I am. You are all my reasons.