Remembrance Day – is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth countries since the end of World War 1 to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.
It is also a day to remember those who killed those armed forces. Lest we forget these souls came here on the earth to fulfill a purpose. During the time can you imagine how painful it was for the soul of these ones knowing that only an event of such magnitude could soften the heart of mankind.
Imagine the soul suffering that the rebels of the Revolutionary United Front & the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council in Sierra Leone who offered men either a short sleeve or long sleeve. Meaning they either cut their hands off at the wrist or the elbow. Without the unimaginable horror that these souls took part in we still would allow suffering such as that in Sierra Leone. Only with the most horrific acts against another human would the world pay attention and develop compassion for each other.
Remembrance day is a day to remember we are all souls having a human existence and that each soul has a specific purpose on this planet. Mother Theresa taught compassion but nothing compared to the compassion that was taught by these souls who committed such violent acts.
Lest we Forget the souls who on a soul level knew that without the pain and suffering they caused the world would simply allow children to fight in wars. If it wasn’t for these brave souls coming down onto this earth and in soul tearing fashion had children killing parents this planet would not have the UN children soldiers act. Even if the Canadian Government ignored this with Omar Khadr and left him alone and abandoned by the Canadian People. Lest we Forget the bravery of Omar Khadr to be tortured so that a few might stand up and say NO, enough is enough.
Lest we forget the grade 9 student who got bullied at Central Kings Rural High School for wearing pinkand David Shepherd and Travis Price who witnesses this and started the wear pink anti-bullying campaign.
Lest we forget Hamed Nastoh & Dawn-Marie Wesley of British Columbia who gave their lives so others may reach out for help when bullied. Two young souls who knew that only with this outcry would a province step forward with compassion and take a firm stance against homophobe and bullying.
Lest we forget that we are Canadians and we must no longer be tolerant with intolerance. We are the ones on this planet that say enough is enough.
Lest we forget how easy it simply is to turn a blind eye against injustices in our country, on our continent and on our planet. How bad do you need things to get in order for you to stand up and say NO, enough is enough?
Lest we forget it is your job as a Canadian to say Enough is Enough.
The question remains, do more souls have to come here on earth to cause suffering in order for the world to pay attention? Does your neighbour need to be raped and killed by another neighbour in order for you to wake up. It wasn’t enough in Yugoslavia. What will it take before mankind opens its heart?
For years people have been following the teachings of Christ when he said “love thy neighbour as yourself.” The problem is most people when they look in the mirror do honestly detest themselves, thus they have been following christ’s teachings and have detested their neighbour.
Lest we Forget that we truly are spirits having a human existence.