As I close my eyes and drift away to a land where there is love, health, peace and blessings. I wanted to take the time to think and reflect.
Throughout history we've heard of arguments for and against the separations, and union of church and state. The state refers to politics, or the Government of the day. I thought about this idea and wondered if there was any need for this consideration at present day. But as we engage ourselves with religions organizations, we come to realize how they are tied closely to Government. Especially when we think of funding for these. But when we consider the mission of religion, for example: the mission of God, Christ - we come to wonder if the message and mission is still alive today. Of course there might be limits and constraints from religious organization to organization, but the simplicity of loving all who walk through the doors of God can be achieved by all: who act as ministers, leaders of religious organizations, and inevitably all who desire to participate. It is easy to sway and include politics, because of course politics and the politics of the day affects us all. But what religious organizations must strive to keep alive, is the mission to love. Simply being the living Christ, the Christ who was treated as a criminal on Earth, yet sought to love and continued to love. The resurrection reminds us of the spirit and soul that is alive, and that must be kept alive to this very day.