Happy Passover and Long Live Freedom !!!

Moses parted then Red Sea

One century before Renaissance Sandro Botticelli and Hieronymus Bosch, Italian  religious artist Bartolo di Fredi (1330-1409) painted “The Israelites safely cross the Red Sea, but Pharaoh and his troops are drowned“. Completed in 1356, this symbolically-rich artwork can be viewed at the Collegiate Church of San Gimignano in Siena, Italy.

Passover is Moses celebration for leading his people in their exodus from the Pharaohs enslavement. After 40 years of wandering in the desert they arrived to the Red Sea where Moses performed a miracle by parting the waters and allowing them all to finally reach safely the other coast to freedom.

Some skeptics are saying that Moses miracle was inspired by a tsunami. As it doesn’t take anything away from the story symbolic meaning, trying to demystify a miracle is a futile and inappropriate exercise. Faith in miracles is a key survival factor. Nobody should ever break another person’s dream, as sometimes dreams are the only things they have.

There are only two ways to live your life: as though nothing is a miracle, or as though everything is a miracle.–Albert Einstein

With its ups and downs, life is like a roller-coaster. We all are subject at a certain point of our life to cross our own desert. During those hardship days, Moses story gives us reasons to keep our hope and faith alive until a miracle will happen. Until then, we will have to endure our own desert crossing to our liberation from enslavement.

Long live freedom and happy Passover to all of you.

In light and harmony. Always, Serge

Harmony And Freedom

Harmony and freedom

Dear Friends of “Make Harmony Great Again”

Harmony and freedom are about truth in the mind, love in the heart, wellness in the body, beauty in the soul and light in the spirit

Beyond financial independence and individual autonomy, existential security and freedom are our two major life concerns. Ideally our existence should be like a house protected by a mountain in the back (earth = security) and facing open space in the front (sky = freedom).

In today’s Western culture, most people’s lives are revolving around material comfort while at the same time denying freedom losses. The cartoon shows how the excess of material wealth comes with the price of spiritual poverty and how the rich beggar ended up losing his freedom.

The future of our financial security and independence is becoming each day more and more uncertain. Seeking inner security and freedom have become our most urgent challenge today. Unlike outer possessions, our inner wealth becomes ours forever and nobody will ever erode, tax or despoil it. Start right now to gain a greater awakening to your awareness.

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In light and harmony, Serge Bernard