Thursday, 24 March 2016


It is Easter time in the year 2016 and the day before Good Friday, 25th March 2016, and no matter what particular spiritual or religious path we choose during our life on earth this is once again an occasion to reflect on our common humanity, not on what separates us. It is time to again focus on why we were born and why we are here and what we have in common with one another and how we conduct  our lives and  time on earth and how we relate to, and interact with, others.

We are ALL God’s children, created by Him, and it is not for any of us mere human beings to judge and point fingers at other human beings as it is our Maker and Creator - God Almighty - alone, who will ultimately judge each and every one of us and decide  who will be allowed into Heaven or not.

At this blessed time of Easter let all of us - Christians of whatever denomination -  and Jews, Muslims, Hindus and followers of all other faiths and also Atheists - be reminded of the unconditional love and caring and compassionate teachings of that greatest human being, Jesus Christ, who was sent to this planet by God, over 2,000 years ago and whom Christians acknowledge is part of the Trinity (God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit).