Memories of this day from the past are okay to ponder...just be careful not to attach to these thoughts as we remember.
Wars have always existed due to an inability to agree upon beliefs of a nation, culture, or society. We still experience this in our country today.
Religions fight amongst one another over who is right and who is wrong. Families are torn apart due to their differences.
Why is this so? This does not have to be this way. These beliefs have been ingrained in us from generation to generation. Remembering what we have experienced up to this point brings us sad but also fond memories.
My dad, who survived being a Japanese POW for 42 months, the Bataan Death March, Hell Ships, and Slave Labor, was buried on this day in 1960. There are many who survived but many who did not. Those of us that live today search for the justification in all of this. The answer is...there is no justification. It happened and nothing we can say or do will change it.
Sometimes we just have to say "I don't know" and accept what is. We do not have all the answers, but we can make a choice to shift our consciousness, as I am sure in order to survive such a hell as my dad experienced, that is exactly what he did.
The good news is more and more people are becoming aware of a shift arising. This is not going to be the end of the world found in many discussions worldwide. This shift is due to people making a choice of shifting their consciousness and allowing awareness to enter the dark tunnels of their minds.
We are allowing our hearts to open up in order to feed our minds with who we are meant to be, from the very beginning of time.
I hold great respect for our service men, present and past. My heart goes out to them and their families.
When we say a prayer or meditate today, let us learn from what we have experienced through our trying times of losing a loved one to war, whether they were lost physically or mentally. This is not an easy challenge. We can either let it go or let it drive us crazy.
We are all connected to one another, let us choose to live peacefully with one another, love others as we love ourselves, refuse to allow the ego to dictate who you are, let go of being judgmental.
Living in the time of this huge shift is an honor.
We are coming home.
We are in the process of Oneness.
Understanding this...becomes a simple truth