As the day of Christmas nears, it is also a time where the major faith religions partake in celebration, such as Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. It can also be a time of religious tensions mounting, where one considers what is right or wrong. It goes without saying that unification points of the patriotic father Abraham must be reiterated, which I have have written about previously. But in awe with the simplicity of what can be found in this unification point, we see the complexities that humans have created, through years and years of conflict, with regional tensions. Especially as to what is named as the Middle-East region, and the sacred site of the Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem. Years of battle-ground conflicts and divides have caused war, death and destruction.
But of course we must remain hopeful for peace efforts, but I wonder in my lifetime or not? Of course one would love to witness the peace throughout the world. However, the irony of peace is that – most of the time: War, conflict, disagreements are often the very reason why the desire for peace steps in. This is also where idea of peace can intersect with love. Love is precious. Love is fragile. Love is forgiveness. Is Love real? Is love forever? Most often to protect what is loved, becomes our very reason to survive.
Love is precious. Love is forgiveness. Is Love real? Is love forever? Most often to protect what is loved, becomes our very reason to survive. #ShaziaBlog #Christmas #LoveAndPeaceTweet
Notes: These thoughts were hand-written on December 11, 2020.
My Thoughts To Share With Love & Kindness! 🙂