Merry Christmas!

23 December, 2014 at 06:12 | Posted in classical, Culture, Music, Spirituality, thoughts of the day | Leave a comment
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The opening of this cantata is really Bach, I think. Swinging and beautiful 🙂 It also suits well at Christmas time, translated it means Wake up, the voices calling us“.

I’m then thinking of that Christmas is a time of message, that Jesus was the messenger of that time bringing a message of love, peace and serenity. A message that still this very day applies, considering everything bad that happens in the world.

If only humanity could wake up and see the reality of love and kindness that the higher spiritual world of enlightened beings convey, if humanity just could take it to heart and incarnate this higher reality into itself

Fortunately, we have spiritual messengers continually coming to Earth to remind us of how we should actually live and be: True good people who do good deeds. They come to remind us of the love, peace and serenity that a higher self-realization leads to; in ourselves and in our surroundings.

We can choose out of free will how we want to create our reality. By choosing good thoughts and good deeds, for ourselves and for all life on this planet, our reality will become a much more positive one.

Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance are important and good guidelines on the path of life. By following these three principles in everyday life, a lot of positive things can come about.

I’m wishing you all a Happy and a Merry Christmas! 🙂


Bach – Cantata 140: Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140 (1731)

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