We are moving swiftly to the end of 2017. A number of people will be engaged in making their New Year’s resolutions. Even though many of these resolutions are short-lived, there still remains a general recognition that the beginning of a new cycle brings with it new patterns of vibration which could be utilised to generate change. Our country is now in a highly volatile state. This is being further fuelled in part by the media, the politicians and the trade unions, each with their own agenda and none with the interest of the people placed to the fore. Citizens are on high alert, in panic mode almost. Some have drastically changed their daily routines which now reflect the level of insecurity they feel in their communities.