Today it has been published, and to my they remitted it to me by mail electronic, the President's weekly speech.
As good Christian he makes reference to these so beloved dates for the believers, and so relaxed for the one that doesn't believe in God.
He has taken advantage of this speech - by the way I to him thank him to be but brief that other - to give a very hot greeting to all that that celebrates these dates. And him not alone he remembered, in Christian key, of the celebration, he also made it of the Jews.
For if it is of their interest, although you have the speech in the page web of the White House, here them transcribe all the one:
For me, and for countless other Christians, Easter weekend is a time to reflect and rejoice. Yesterday, many of us took a few quiet moments to try and fathom the tremendous sacrificemade for all of us.
Tomorrow, we will celebrate the resurrection of a savior who died so that we might live.
And throughout these sacred days, we recommit ourselves to following His example. We rededicate our time on Earth to selflessness, and to loving our neighbors. We remind ourselves that no matter who we are, or how much we achieve, we each stand humbled before an almighty God.
So to all Christians celebrating the Resurrection with us, Michelle and I want to wish you a blessed and Happy Easter. And to all Americans, I hope you have a weekend filled with joy and reflection, focused on the things that matter most. God bless you, and may God bless the United States of America.
After these paragraphs of the President's weekly speech I leave them the linkage, for if they want to read more:
But in this week, Week Santa, I leave myself two moments in my indelible heart:
Starting from now in Cuba on Sacred Friday is Festival.
And Hugo Chavez requested to God but time.
In the page web of the socialist party of Venezuela, I could read the following thing:
Two thousand years later it is impossible to refuse that Jesus existence transcended to its presence earthly storm to bequeath a cultural patrimony to the universal life of the human species. That Galilean one was but that a carpenter or good son; humble preacher that enters in the history of the men and women with original message and revolutionary for their time. Evangelist and prophet that it placed the love to the neighbor like alpha and omega of their mission and root of the faith for a good life that allows the spiritual biggest proximity with the creative father.
A while ago I read this sentence and I like a lot and I believe that with the facts of these days of Easter, reconciles me with some people and facts:
Gold there is, and rubies in abundance, but lips that speak knowledge are a rare jewel.