The True Easter

This weekend is a very special occasion every year.  The thought of a man suffering to show the devastation that us humans cause on each other over false traditions, lies, money, and profit.  Yes, the occasion was enlightening, but so was the entire life and the last lesson that many have missed.  In many passages, the enlightened one Jesus regarded himself as God’s son, brother to all, student, or family member.  This man had compassion, love, understanding, dreams, patience, and never let offers of anything opposite Love derail his purpose.  Being tested, threatened, lied to, chased, hurt, and called names never mattered, his purpose was to teach the most important lesson was gained by some but not by all.  Though I usually show duality in my two cents, today there is only one.  Did we forget the entire message?  Instead of the last steps of the journey of the enlightened brother we had, Jesus; do we skip the pages to what we are used to?  Tragedy, pain, torture, and any methods man can think of to get his point across.  This can be a vision of sitting on top of all with wealth not to be shared but given to some not all.  Could this thought spread to convincing every child of God, Creation, or Love that they are not worthy of being themselves?  In scripture, the point is brought home that there was a difference between the One and the masses of the others.  Did we forget the last thing said before the awful demise?  

“39One of the criminals who hung there hurled insults at him: “Aren’t you the Christ? Save yourself and us!”

40But the other criminal rebuked him. “Don’t you fear God,” he said, “since you are under the same sentence? 41We are punished justly, for we are getting what our deeds deserve. But this man has done nothing wrong.”

42Then he said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.[o]”

43Jesus answered him, “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise.”

I marked this line differently because this is the point of my post.  No one is left out.  There is no special, only, except, trash, doomed, or outcast.  We all are apart of paradise, Love, Creation, Universe, and Hope.  Love doesn’t need or understand all the harm done but is available at all times when realized.  Because once the eyes of Creation is open, all are risen and ascended to paradise equally.  Once you realize that regardless of how long you have dwelled in darkness, that you are still Light and have the opportunity that Creation has….all will be paradise.  So hopefully instead of just one day a year or a period time can see that every person that went or is going through anything opposite Love’s definition is worthy mercy.  Though some may rebuke this thought to say what about thieves, murderers, etc.  Read verses 39 -43 again.  Our time here on earth is to learn our purpose in Love, we choose through free will to either embrace or reject because as Co-Creators, we are that powerful.  Love never lies, is never mistaken, or excludes.

Namaste,

Symphony

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