Taken from different sources - most seem to agree that Easter is the central religious “feast” ["a religious anniversary characterized by rejoicing" (rather than fasting)] not ”fast” Holy-day in the Christian religion. It is reportedly the day Jesus raised from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion from the Good-Friday before.
People all over the world will again celebrate this “resurrection” on Easter Day or Easter Sunday, two days after Good Friday, three days after Maundy Thursday, four days after Holy Wednesday, five days after Holy Tuesday and six days after Holy Monday and seven days after Palm Sunday; known to much of the Christian religious world as Holy Week.
Now, officially “Easter” lasts for the Holy Week plus the fifty days until Pentecost (June 12th). Easter also marks the end of Lent, a season of fasting, prayer, and penance. Lent starts every year on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday. Ash Wednesday 2011 falls on March 9, 2011, and Holy Saturday 2011 falls on April 23, 2011, the day before Easter 2011.
Apparently “Good Friday” was the day on which Jesus was killed. Good Friday is always a Friday before Easter Sunday. It is a religious day on which Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus the Christ and his death. It is believed that he was murdered on Good Friday and resurrected on Easter Sunday. Good Friday is called so because Christians believe that Jesus sacrificed his life for humanity and the good of everyone.
Aside from these Holy days and Holy weeks, no matter how remembered, reverenced, feigned, forgotten or ignored, if there was one message we could all, regardless of race, religion, color, sex, language, political opinion, national or social origin, education, birth or other status, take and apply to ourselves from within the written words we have reportedly spoken by Him, that could sum up his life and purpose, it would be about His love for humanity and how He gave us a solution to end all of it’s problems.
However, it would not be accomplished by having one person rule over another, not one culture rule over another, not one country or nation rule over another, not one Holy-Day rule over another, not even one religion rule over another and not just something to be exclusively done by Him or someone else but to be done by all of us for all of us:
Pure humanity is this…
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you - there is no other.
The whole purpose of the Worldwide United Foundation is nothing more than providing the plan, the way, the step, the “Do“ on how we can solve the problems our humanity has been, is, and will continue to be facing in the days, weeks, months and years ahead.
There is no other plan on earth that can explain how this can be accomplished with the means we have available to us today, beginning right now, this very moment. We do not need to wait for some future events or advancements in technology to be invented to be able to relieve the sick, afflicted, the fatherless, the widow, the least among us; the plan works now IF we the people of humanity, so desire it.
How can there be Feast days when famine is unnecessarily all around us?
The WUF does not want you to give all you have to the poor, because you too would be poor- If you do see others anywhere around us who do not have what others have- then get behind the WUF plan – It is something that we can all make work for the betterment of all of mankind. We can feed the hungry, we can clothe the naked, we can heal the sick, we can provide shelter from the heat and cold, we can provide pure clean drinking water for every man, woman and child on the planet, we can even liberate the captive- those who are bound down with the heavy yokes of burdens.
Sure, there can be good found on a Friday- but shouldn’t good be found in all of us; every day?
The purpose of true religion, our purest form of humanity, is simply… to be happy.