Green-Capping Today’s Energy For Tomorrow’s World

Many across the state of Texas are in a panic right now. Due to record cold temperatures and a blanket of snow which has kept everyone indoors, people are consuming more energy than normal. This has issued in a number of rolling blackouts across the state, resulting in consumer power losses of up to 45 minutes. And the estimated restoration times are getting longer. The electric companies have hinted that the supply of natural gas for power use is being restricted, and hence the blackouts. What they are really telling us, however, is that they are being green-capped.

No need to explore the inside mechanics of it all. We are not insiders, and don’t pretend to be. But we know the signs of the times when we see them. Basically, a green-cap is when an energy provider is unable or unwilling to meet the demand for energy due to ‘negative sanctions’ imposed on them by restrictive legislation, much of which is still evolving. The negative sanctions may include stiffer taxes, loss of incentives, and other economic penalties. But their function is to create an environment of financial risk should providers choose to ignore certain directives. It thus behooves companies to remain compliant.

It is clear that we are now entering the age of energy rationing: in particular that generated by fossil fuels. Anyone who uses too much of it will be bound to pay a penalty. As we replace fossil fuel energy with clean energy, we must expect a transition to take place. Green-capping is part of that transition. It resets expectations and weans us away from dependence on fossil fuels, so that we can extend the lifetime of our planet.

Whether it be right or wrong to impose energy rationing is a totally different discussion, and one on which I shall not venture an opinion. But regardless of where you stand on the issue, it is plain that it could ultimately hurt businesses, especially if green-capping becomes a common trend. Businesses unable to function because of energy green-caps will quickly gather their marbles and move operations elsewhere: most likely to a country that is more blasé regarding energy expenditure.

Granted, one uses just as much energy during a heat wave as one does during such record cold temps as we are going through now. But that’s just the point. If it’s happening now, then we can expect it to stick around for awhile, at least until existing energy sources are replaced with clean energy alternatives. For green-capping goes hand in hand with a green economy. If something is hurting our environment, it makes sense to impose restrictions on its use. So consider green-capping as the new kid on the block. You may not like his clothes, and maybe his hair is goofy. But he’s here to stay. You may as well stop and say hello.

Karma Vs. Sharpwa

As we aim to channel more positive energy into our lives, we are conscious of a phenomenon that is all-to-often overlooked by sages and savants.

Everyone knows about the concept of Karma, i.e., the boomerang effect of human behavior. Bad things happen to bad people, right? And good things happen to good people. Of course, that is not always the case. Job complained that often the wicked escape punishment while good folks suffer. This only teaches us that karma is imperfect in this world. To get the full effects of karma, one must enter the next life.

In this world, karma is often forestalled by an element that is hard to analyze, but surprisingly easy to identify: provided one looks closely enough.

A couple years ago, I was falling into a deep sleep after a hard day’s work. As I passed through that shadow-filled zone between consciousness and dreamland, I realized in a moment of time that SHARPWA would forestall karma in this life. I hastily rose and wrote it down on a piece of paper. The next morning, I began to articulate in my mind what exactly this meant.

SHARPWA is based on the rules of human attraction. Some people are really bad on a moral or ethical plane. But they don’t suffer a great deal in this life, because they have SHARPWA. People are attracted to them. Whether it be because they have money, social prestige, charisma, or what have you, the sharpwa energy will actually interfere with the karma energy that would normally overtake them.

As mentioned, sharpwa has no effect in the next life. So when someone dies, karma finally exacts its full toll on the individual. But sharpwa frustrates the effects of karma in this world. It is a known quantity, which makes it easier to prognosticate temporal outcomes for the individual.

Consider certain celebrities whom rumor would have it are really nasty individuals in real life. Because they have an excess of SHARPWA, they go on prospering. Of course, they may suffer depression, anxiety, and a host of mental demons. But this is natural, inasmuch as sharpwa has no real control over the spiritual realm. It affects the physical only.

Remember that boss you had that re-instituted the Inquisition? He got fired in the end, but it took quite a while, didn’t it? True, everyone disliked him–except for that handful of individuals that kissed up constantly in hopes of gaining his approval. The sharpwa was there, even though in a diluted frequency.

Having lots of admirers will generate sharpwa. Crowd-envy, to a certain extent, will also build one’s sharpwa energy. Envy is a powerful attractive force that is strong enough to load up your sharpwa. But it is negative in its value. Consider karma as the positive, and sharpwa as the negative. Karma is the very ideal of retributive justice. Sharpwa is the factor that plays skittles with it. They are opposite poles of a vast truth that enacts itself in the real world every day.

Of course, there is no real cheat for escaping karma. Ultimately, you will need to be decent person in order for good things to happen to you. But SHARPWA is an element that may help to give a person extra time for improvement. If you know you need to change for the better, you may rely on SHARPWA as a buffer while you get your act together. But the reliance mustn’t be abused.

Can SHARPWA be based on insincerity? In other words, can a person pretend to be something he/she is not, and generate sharpwa thereby? Manifestly, one can. But it is not recommended. Remember, lying is essentially bad. So good karma can only come by telling the truth. Keeping things real and truthful and positive is the key to generating good karma. Sharpwa is just something that people unconsciously use to get around the inevitable outcomes of our actions.