Those people who submit themselves most rigorously to the shadow of the wing of divine protection are paid

in one currency only: grace. Their time zone is always that of synchronicity. Their sole possession on earth is divine collaboration. What is the difference between such a sanyasi, or renouncer, and a homeless person? Intention. The sanyasi seeks minimization of possessions and maximization of divine receptivity, divine possession. This gives the sanyasi the grace to persevere through life with the outer possessions of a vagabond and the inner possessions of an industrial captain. What motivates the sanyasi to give up every earthly attachment to follow God? An intuition or anticipation or vision of the crucifixion of the world. In 2009 the debt owed by the United States government to its central bank threatens to reach levels at which the payment of its interest alone has become impossible. When this happens, the survival of the US dollar, if not the United States itself, becomes questionable. This constitutes the crucifixion of the United States. The US crucifixion anticipates the crucifixion of the world itself. The World Bank stands ready to operate as the central bank of the planet, analogous to the way the Federal Reserve has operated as the central bank of the United States since 1913. Already many so-called third world countries are enslaved to the World Bank with interest on debt owed impossible to meet. This has been the case in one sense or another in Panama, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico, for example. Thus, the World Bank has effectively foreclosed on such countries, taking their assets into receivership. What is the ultimate aim of those who would ensnare nations in shackles of debt? Neo-imperialism: conquest by infiltration and vampiricism. What is the aim of this? Wealth, power and status in some proportion, obtained via relative stable security on earth. In contrast, what is the aim of the sanyasi? Poverty, chastity and obedience, or some variant of this basic thrust. How is this approached? Through total and unshakable security relative to the vaults of heaven, reflected on earth in the appearance of

precariousness. The signature of the imperialist is arrogance and self-will. The abiding characteristic of the sanyasi tends to be persistent confusion as to which path is best to follow. Which possible decision at any given moment allows one to be most surrendered to the intentions of the divine architect of the universe as He fashions His ongoing handiwork? The imperialist is perfectly okay mobilizing armies for the slaughter of millions. The sanyasi tends to be concerned as to whether they have turned down the optimal street at any given moment. The sanyasi embodies a peculiar contradiction: their only possession is perpetual uncertainty accompanying their every decision as how best to collaborate with God. Yet the cross of this ambiguity paradoxically provides the greatest possible security universally. The sanyasi is harmonized with heaven and earth. Capable in earth life, prepared and anticipatory of trans-physicality. The sanyasi is so futureoriented that they are like an infant in reverse, preparing for birth into heaven.

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