I have not written here for a long time thinking that controversial thoughts were driving people away. But people seem to have gone away from organs for lack of interest and clearly organs and all about them is not appreciated as being of relevance to people any more.
Somewhere else I read that it was difficult to find groups of kind people who gave support to others . . .
We are all linked by decisions, and matter (including us) exists where two decisions meet. We are all boats on an invisible sea of circumstances composed of the links of decisions. This invisible interconnectedness of cause and consequence, result, is all powerful, invisible, and everywhere. Societies wanting to farm humans as animals serving temporary political or pecuniary empires often think they can kill the idea but it will always rise again, because it is fundamental.
This is why Easter is so fundamental. Jesus represented the Creator on earth, that force of Creation by which all comes into being, is here, that love that makes matter cooperate at every level to provide support and substance for all other matter and the creation of new matter in combination.
What does not love, what does not cooperate, does not produce, create, and therefore ceases to exist, so that nothing that is here that exists exists as a result of anything else but the love, cooperation that enabled it to come into being. The stuff that doesn't love, hasn't cooperated, isn't here. We are made of the stuff that is cooperation, love, but forget what we are made of. When we understand of what we are made, then we operate in its image, as its sons and daughters.
Many people exist only seeing the boats, but not the sea that supports and drives them. They see the people but not the decisions, that in multiplicity amount to circumstances, that put them there.
People who understand measure the depth of the sea so as to avoid rocks, they observe the currents in the sea and they put up their sails to the wind. Without effort the currents of the sea and the wind can take you to hit the rocks but knowing how to navigate helps you equally without effort to seek refuge with other boats on the sea. Many people see a lighthouse and simply think they are safest to get out their own oars and row very fast towards it - and some make it safely whilst others hit the rocks of which the lighthouse signs.
So the point is that if one travels life unknowing, one ventures into water which may be benign or it may contain sharks.
Instead I recommend people to swim in the waters of kind people.
There are many enlightened people here who understand, because those who understand the benefit that the harmony of sound can bring understand a lot more. But there are other places too where higher densities of kind people congregate in the real world and focus upon the perils and dangers of the night (darkness, unknowing) and give thoughts to those in peril on the sea.
By seeking out congregations of warm people who swim in kind waters it's possible to see the world as a better place, and even to bring that betterness into result.
With warm wishes for a Happy Easter,