November 1st, 2014
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WHAT TO SAY ON NEW YEAR’S DAY?

It’s always difficult to figure out what to blog about on New Year’s Day. One could do the customary thank yous and well wishes. And I do…. I do thank all of you, deeply, profoundly, earnestly, for your interest, for your prayers, for the memberships, for the donations, for the loyalty,for  the many many articles so many of you send me, for the encouragement and comments you give on articles and in emails. I truly do thank each of you, and wish I could do so individually and by name. I wish you and your dear ones every good thing in the coming year…

So I will keep this short today: from me, to you:

Prayerful good wishes to every reader here: may your road in the coming year be gentle, your heart glad, your loved ones blessed, your home at peace.

15 Responses to WHAT TO SAY ON NEW YEAR’S DAY?

  1. The same to you too, Dr Joseph. You’re a scholar and gentleman and their aren’t many of you left. All the best to you & GDS subscribers.

  2. beautiful message, Dr. Farrell- many thanks :-)

    and I wish the same to you and all who visit this website and read your tremendous, thought-provoking books and listen to/read your highly insightful and equally thought-provoking commentaries-

    please stay well!- and please continue your tremendous work- many regards-

    Larry in Germany :-)

    • if I may add an addendum: I totally agree with Margaret’s and Lynda G’s postings- I find it absolutely wonderful that more women are contributing to this website

  3. How about a new bookshelf for the newly shipped Amazon books written by Dr. Joseph P.Farrell?

    I could buy 10 of the books at Amazon.cn, but i don’t wanna miss one and i wanna read according to a order intended by the author. (especially consider the fact that Amazon.cn misses one of the book from the Gizadeathstar series)

    Knowledge is priceless and konwledge is power, especially they are “counter-revolutionary” to standard textbooks on “key elements” of “recent” if not the “entire” human history.

  4. As the good doctor says that all we know, is what we can read or dig up, and with that I hope that something will be dug up which will bring change to this mixed up world we live in.

    My best wishes to all here at GDS, and to the man who has given to so many of us, a window to our past and possibly to the future.

    2013 is going to be a bumpy ride, wether it’s financially or politically, 2013 may be the year when we see some light at the end of the tunnel, I just hope some kind of peace comes our way.

    • “2013 may be the year when we see some light at the end of the tunnel”- let’s hope so- and please let’s hope that someone like Jordan Maxwell is completely wrong when he stated “the light at the end of the tunnel is an oncoming train” :-)

  5. This New Year I’am resolved to awaken those “asleep” to the “9/11’s happening all around them(worldwide). This, as many know, is not easy. It is simply a steadfast resolve to have patience, and to continue to beat against that “brick wall” of cognitive dissonance; until it awakens,
    …one & all.

      • As a fitting beginning to a new year to negate the lurking tiger all sour pusses should consider transforming themselves into Cheshire Cats when they prowl in public places.

        • “Only a few find the way,
          some don’t even recognize it when the do-
          some… don’t even want to ”

          -The Cheshire Cat

  6. Heartfelt wishes and warm thanks in return, Joseph. Very grateful for the knowledge, inspiration, motivation. (I wish I had had teachers like you when I was in school ;-) And all the best to the GDS family from whom I also learn a great deal!

  7. Dr. Farrell, You are a great man and I thank you for dedicating your life to sharing your wisdom and understandings with us. You have inspired me with your courage and I am forever grateful. Wishing you many blessings of peace and all good things in 2013.