'Thanksgiving ' For What Will We Give Thanks
Almost everywhere on the Earth, Thanksgiving is
celebrated for bringing in the harvest, at some
point during the year. But for what, actually, shall
we give thanks? For the fruit that man wrests from
the earth, by spreading manure and slurry on the
soil, including pesticides, herbicides and so much
more? This causes countless life in the soil to die,
but also animals such as hares, field hamsters,
larks, hedgehogs, insects, butterflies, beetles,
worms; all the microorganisms and the many mammals
that live in the hedges and bushes and in the
fields, perish with this.
So how can we say that we are celebrating
Thanksgiving!? We force the earth to feed us; we do
violence to her so that she gives us what we demand
of her. The earth would voluntarily give, give,
give, if we would supply her with what she needs
from nature. It is also what we, of course, need. We
also need nutrients such as minerals and trace
elements, just like the earth. But does she get from
us what she needs? No ' we give her poison. So, what
will we, in turn, harvest?
People who know
how very much nature is maltreated, how the animals
are tortured and slaugh'tered, cannot celebrate
The fruit of a tree is the
expression of this tree and corresponds to the kind
of tree it is. So, what about us? What is our fruit?
Isn't it what goes out from us, all that we sense,
feel, think, say and do, what we bring forth,
accomplish, but also all that we energetically '
visibly or invisibly ' bring about? This shows who
we truly are; it reveals our kind, which, in turn,
shapes our human nature, and this is the person's
state of consciousness.
So can we say: 'No matter where life has placed
me, I've given my best?'
We can give only
that which we previously have unfolded and developed
in ourselves as a gift of the heart. So, do we
always give our best ' which is also what God wants?
Many people have nothing to eat. Over
one billion people on this earth live in poverty and
suffer hunger. And why are they impoverished and
hungry? Because mankind nurtures the satanic
principle 'I am my own best friend,' instead of
fostering communication. The rich and mighty of this
world should and could not only give bread to the
hungry, but also land, in order to help them farm
the land. Instead of that, they even rob them of
their raw materials.
The earth would bring forth enough healthy food,
enough healthy grain, enough healthy vegetables, to
feed all the people on this earth. But what happens
instead? Much of what is violently wrested from the
earth is fed to artificially bred, so-called
livestock, which then, after a life filled with
suffering the rich nations slaughter and eat, if not
to say, devour, ad nauseum,. Should we give thanks
Nature is suffering ' why? Because
we have not served nature. If mankind had served
nature, we would have a paradise on this earth.
The eternally unending heavenly Being is unity,
which is based on all-encompassing com'munication.
Where there is no communication, everything turns
marshy; everything there is destroyed; nothing can
really ripen or flourish. Who would want to
celebrate Thanksgiving in such a place?
community is communication, which seeks peace,
because peace radiates from the mature soul and
seeks community. And so, true communication also
seeks true friends, brothers and sisters. True
friends are with and for each other; they help and
serve each other. The true help for a friend is the
helping and serving of our neighbor. That is unity,
which is communication, that is peace, that is the
beginning of true love. And true unity encompasses
all life ' all animals, all nature and all
The Lord's Prayer is the unity,
the great, mighty thought of Creation, the great,
mighty power of Creation, which Jesus of Nazareth
taught us: 'Our Father, who art in heaven; hallowed
is Your name.' If we hallow His name day by day by
growing towards the unity of all life step by step,
then our aura will become calmer and the divine
world, our guardian beings, will draw closer to us.
This alone brings joy, through which the fruit of