All over the world, people are celebrating different things. For some, this time of year is a time to remember the exit out of Egypt, for others it is the resurrection of Jesus. Whatever it is that is celebrated, there is one common theme and that is rebirth. Nobody really knows, for example, why a bunny and eggs are used during Easter; the 2 doesn’t belong together? However, what it symbolizes is the start of a new season; spring; in other words, rebirth. Passover, Ramadan, and so on, all celebrate the start of either a new year, a new time, a new season and/or a new dawn.
This year, for the first time in 30 years, Muslims, Jews, Christians, Sikhs, Baha’is, Hindus, Buddhists and Indigenous nations will celebrate Ramadan, Passover, Easter, Vaisakhi, Mahavir Jayanti, Theravada New Year and the Gatherings of Nations, all at the same time. It is amazing! At the end of the day, it shouldn’t matter what a person’s beliefs are, what does matter is that we realize and acknowledge that we are all human. Whether we speak about Divinity, God, Christ consciousness or energy, we all breathe the same air. This, in turn, links every human to the animal- and plant kingdoms as well.
Maybe this is a year when we, as one human race, should come together and accept one another. We must learn and teach our children, that we are here are guardians of Gaia (mother earth). Humans have been put on this earth to guard and protect nature; including all living animals, plants, and so forth. Humans were not put on earth to kill, pollute, misuse, hurt and/or think less of animals. We are all part of Gaia; everything and everyone has been created for a reason.
As the planet move into 5D, more and more people are “waking up” to what is going on. Just as the Jewish people celebrate the exodus, let us all celebrate leaving that which is harmful to ourselves, others and the planet, behind. Let us celebrate Easter, and the like, by being more in tune with our inner selves, live more in harmony with nature, and respect everyone and everything.
To all my readers; whatever you are celebrating this April; may you have a blessed time!