The harder those in control try to control the flood, the greater the flood becomes and less manageable. But there is danger in allowing the flood to become prematurely. The recent example in China, where the momentum was not yet sufficient and event though the world was anxiously awaiting, the population most affected was not quite prepared. But with all blossoming or flooding, the next storm is always bigger. South Africa has been in an awakening. Muslim countries are beginning their awakening now. Observe the uncontrollable nature that the massive blossoming requires. These awakenings, because of the pent up feelings and emotions of the masses which drives them. By their nature, their outcome is always in question, whether the results will be optimum or not or whether secondary or tertiary awakening is required.
In U.S. history, this is a good example of an awakening. The Revolutionary War was the primary awakening, but it was imperfect in its results. So a secondary awakening occurred, though considerably less violent, and is known as the Constitutional Congress. However, many aspects were still unresolved, including one very critical point, that of slavery. This point drove the third awakening, the Civil War. This was awakening was required to provide freedom for all. Minor awakenings followed and the process still continues in our current time frame, such as with the civil rights movement, then the women’s movement, and most recently the gay rights movement.
So once an awakening starts, there are ripples that follow afterwards. Some are major waves breaking forth, but in the coming years, notice the ebbs and flows of change, how some repressive acts and conditions will follow and how other extremes of liberty will also result until balance is again established. It is an exciting time to be alive.