G is for God

Yes, I know the golden rule of don’t discuss politics or religion but I couldn’t pass up on this one. This weekend is an important one both for my Christian friends as well as my Jewish ones so I wanted to use my “G” day to say that no matter your religion or creed, I’m going to love you anyway. I believe that’s what we all should do- treat our fellow beings with dignity. I love and respect everyone’s choices and wish the world was a little more “live and let live” than it is.

Happy Easter and/ or happy Passover and for those of you who don’t celebrate either, happy weekend and/or happy spring. Peace out, Jillian.

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4 Responses to G is for God

  1. Tonette says:

    Lovely,Jillian…on my FB I wished that everyone who did not celebrate Easter would celebrate ON Easter, as I have a few people there who have no faith.Since I was raised in no religion,my family celebrated ON all Christian holidays.We had great times and traditions.I also believe in wishing people “Happy Holidays” at Christmas because many people do not celebrate ‘our’ holidays and we should hope ,(especially those of us who call ourselves ‘Christian’),that they have a good season, whatever creed they follow.
    Peace, the best wish.

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  2. jeff7salter says:

    Amen, Jillian.
    And God’s Son left us guidance, comfort, and positive examples for every aspect of our lives.
    BTW, it was tough to remember to check the blog today. Not used to Saturday posts.

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