Good Friday Thoughts

Today is Good Friday…….. some reflection on the meaning of the Easter weekend, the crucifixion and the resurrection .
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World peace comes through learning, respect and kindness to allow all mankind to think and believe the way they want without judgement, criticism from anyone for their beliefs.
Living the Golden Rule…. treating others the way we would want to be treated is an ethical principle embraced by all faiths.
By understanding how different individuals think, we can learn tolerance and give each other the right to share without harm to ourselves by just listening and trying to learn how others think.   We might just find that good is at the bottom of all behavior, most people try and do their highest sense of right every single day.  It might not be what we would do but we have to appreciate that everyone is doing the best they can.  As we allow our beliefs to be shared we come together as one in Love and consideration for all no matter what the doctrine.
On a personal note we are getting ready for a celebration dinner on #Easter Sunday with friends. Going to an interfaith sunrise service on Sunday which we have never done, so am expecting an exhilarating experience with our community coming together to rejoice the risen savior.
Jesus was crucified for living his beliefs and loving God supremely.  He humanly died for what he believed in.  We embrace the fact that his resurrection is our resurrection…….the raising up of our thought to a spiritual level.   In a nut shell ….. Jesus came to show us the way… not to do it for us.  We have the responsibility to live our highest sense of right everyday and let our light shine through our actions. Jesus, the Christ idea, showed us by example with his living and healing all manner of sickness, sin and disease. He proved that life is eternal on Easter Sunday.  This was his purpose and reason for being.
Love is the answer to  everything… Jesus loved the people who crucified him unconditionally, ending with this thought…. “forgive them for they know not what they do.”  
Have a beautiful weekend!
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