We Are The World…

We Are The World

We are the children…

Sending Christmas wishes to all. Peace on Earth, Good will to humans.

Osho Zen’s commentary on this wreath of humanity dancing is a lovely wish for us each to celebrate love in all its colors and flavors. Whatever spiritual path you follow, may the true meaning of Christmas be with you as you walk this holiday season.

When thousands and thousands of people around the earth are celebrating, singing, dancing, ecstatic, drunk with the divine, there is no possibility of any global suicide. With such festivity and with such laughter, with such sanity and health, with such naturalness and spontaneity, how can there be a war?… Life has been given to you to create, and to rejoice, and to celebrate. When you cry and weep, when you are miserable, you are alone. When you celebrate, the whole existence participates with you. Only in celebration do we meet the ultimate, the eternal. Only in celebration do we go beyond the circle of birth and death.   (Osho I Celebrate Myself Chapter 4)
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Commentary:
Humanity is depicted here as a rainbow of beings, dancing around the mandala of the earth with their hands joined together in joy and gratitude for the gift of life. This card represents a time of communication, of sharing the riches that each of us brings to the whole. There is no clinging here, no grasping. It is a circle without fear of feelings of inferiority and superiority. When we recognize the common source of our humanity, the common origins of our dreams and longings, our hopes and fears, we are able to see that we are all joined together in the great miracle of existence. When we can combine our tremendous inner wealth to create a treasure of love and wisdom that is available to all, we are linked together in the exquisite pattern of eternal creation.
 

Blessings, Peace and Love! or, in other words:

Feliz Navidad ♦ Merry Christmas ♦ Joyeux Noel ♦ Natale allegro ♦ Boas Festas ♦ Glaedilig Jul ♦ Hauskaa Joulua!…

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2 thoughts on “We Are The World…

  1. Be in the world but not of this world;)

    “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.” -Romans 12:2

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