Notre Dam goes on fire, a monument in honor of God, who is not an institution, but Spirit based on compassion and love, with no room for the extreme. No grand rituals, Jesus told the Pharisee’s we have had enough of them, love, nothing else matters, stuff your food rituals, we don’t need your piety, it’s love or dust, you choose. Using the Spirit inside him, Solomon encountered the Spirit too, simply amazing, but in the times of old, healing was made possible, evil was set on the run, while those in charge of the rituals in those times, got real hot up, and set about ending his influence, so they thought.
Notre Dam, the stone work survives, the wooden contents in ashes. The parable of the potter and the clay, in real time. The obvious is made clear, you have to change your ways, piety is not going to cut ice anymore. Is there real compassion, is there real love, is there real forgiveness. The sun and moon appears in the sky together, as Ezra said, he was a prophet too, and what did Jesus say about the treatment of them, the prophets. He chastised the pharisee’s, called them names, after the event your great, before your as useless as a bucket with a hole in it, or words to that affect.
Solomon encountered the Holy Spirit, saw the signs, asked wisdom for help, understood it was for the benefit of everyone. It is time to build bridges between all those who believe, it’s time to end the human made prejudices, the signs are posted, and the wisdom is being passed out daily. As for the meaning of Jesus and Easter, it’s simply stated in the words, it was never going to easy to maintain a healthy relationship with God, in a world that treasured the material instead of the Spiritual. Balance was called for. So, in order to prove the triumph of the Spirit, the son is brought back to life, amen, it’s all real. The triumph of the Sun…..