In the joyous atmosphere, this post will be light-hearted and celebrative. The Cao Đài Religion celebrates the Lunar New Year not only because it is a long-time Asian tradition but also because its origin is related to a Primordial Immortal - Hongjun Laozu. His image can be found in one of the holiest places in the Holy See.
Here is something interesting to learn:
Someone to love and miss:
Some wisdom to contemplate on:
Some Holy words to keep in mind:
"There is but one God for this universe of impermanence,
Human beings, like grains of sand upon the firmament.
When caressed by still water, they are content and composed;
Caught by storm and wave, their peace is dashed against stones.
Having been spun on the karmic wheel without cessation,
In pursuit of self-cultivation, they will escape from reincarnation.
Yet behold from the South land gusts a fair wind,
The age of the redeeming Tao about to begin."
(God's Divine Message, 1927)
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Nian | A Lunar New Year Story. The Little Genius Workshop, 2020.
#2021 PoWR | Prof. Azza Karam at the Opening Plenary. Parliament of the World’s Religions, 2021.
#2021 PoWR | His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Compassion in Action Plenary. Parliament of the World’s Religions, 2021.
Thich, Nhat Hanh. No birth no death. Plum village, 2022.
Tutu, Desmond. Desmond Tutu addresses One Young World. One Yong World, 2011.