I was watching the news on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and there was an old Jewish man being interviewed. He was fifteen when liberation came and the only reason he was still alive was because his father spoke to one of the guards and said he was seventeen and could work. He was in the queue being led to the gas-chamber but for some reason the guard had compassion and took him from the line and gave him to his father. His mother and sister had already been murdered. This eighty five year old man (I wish I could remember his name) spoke of what is happening in the world right now and the correlation he drew was eye-opening. I had never thought of it quite that way. He spoke of how the youth are being seduced by the madness - just like the Hitler Youth. He spoke about the murder of innocent Jews in France, and that this is how it starts, but he did mention that the solidarity expressed was a step in the right direction.
What can we do you ask? Most of us are not part of the military, our hands seem tied but we can do something. This man dedicated his life to humanitarianism. He did everything in his power to make the world a better place. We can force the darkness back by doing everything we can to support life.
It made me reflect on some of the things we can do.
- Light your light and keep it burning!
- Realize that everything is connected
- Care for Mother Earth
- Random acts of kindness
- Pay it forward
- Fight injustice wherever you find it
- Step up in the defense of others
- Heal yourself and help others do the same
- Last but not least LOVE
I know it may seem meaningless in the face of this adversity, but know that every act that supports life sends ripples out into the Universe so I call on all Light-workers... lead the way!
Love & Light
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing". Edmund Burke