About This Site

The Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba by Claude Lorraine


To see a world in a grain of sand,

And a heaven in a wild flower,

Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,

And eternity in an hour.

~William Blake

The words of William Blake still echoes in our ears as generation after generation of human beings continue the good fight that our ancestors started when they decided to leave Africa for a new world.

Yet as people come and go, we realize the wisdom of Peter Drucker (2002) when he said that only the terms were different – everything else remains the same. It is common for us, mortal humans, to think that the challenges and obtacles we face are the greatest ever faced by humanity even though our ancestors felt the same way centuries before.

The fact remains that in most ways, our challenges though on a bigger and faster scale are fundamentally the same with that of our predecessors (scarcity). Everything depends on the vantage point given to us to view the way things unfold in the present. Even though perspective may be the single most important aspect of judgment, we are easily misled, cheated, and confused by the many of the scenarios and information that plague our everyday lives.

This site is founded on the basis of discovering the true motive and hidden side for some of the strangest occurrence in history and in our present day. One should never be satisfied with the knowledge of facts, and figures  without the understanding of the various forces that push for their formation. The narrow scope of human’s perspective remains to this very day a barrier and limit to mankind’s ability to understand its surrounding.

Should we really be able to catch a glimpse of the world in a grain of sand, this site would have served its purpose.



Vision Statement

To further the advancement of human civilisation by encouraging the study of humanities and education.

Mission Statement

The mission of Eternity in an Hour is:

  • To help create a global society without discrimination and distinction.
  • To foster understanding, tolerance and fellowship in a globalised world full of diversity and cultural differences.
  • To promote freedom of speech, freedom of belief, freedom of thought, freedom of opinion and freedom of expression.
  • To develop a systematic approach to the study of humanities.
  • To achieve economic, social and cultural progress by encouraging a meritocratic society, scientific advancement, and the sharing of knowledge.





7 Responses to “About This Site”
  1. contustynople says:

    Good material bro, you might wanna check this Documentary, It is called the Obama Deception, but it extends much beyond Obama and into the grand schemes which rule our world. The reason I thought you would be interested in this is because you said in your mission statement: “Everything in our world happens for a reason”, so this film reveals why a lot of things are the way they are, here’s the link:


  2. jamesesz says:

    Thanks! I will check it out as soon as I can!

  3. Lyda Williamson says:

    I like this site, can I join?

  4. kiron manuel says:

    Hi James, I recentlky met your father, mother and sister in the Bandar Baru Post office.I hope they have passed you my contact details.I will be emailing you soon.
    Merry Christmas, Kiron Manuel

  5. If I haven’t told you this before, your website is amazing! It sets a bar that I hope mine can reach someday!

  6. Viviane says:

    Hope you had a wonderful bidrathy. I enjoy reading your family’s blog. You are very blessed to have such a precious family. I had the pleasure of meeting you all last spring at the economics conference and you all were as sweet in person as you are on your blog!Victoria

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