The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release April 07, 2012

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Easter and Passover Greetings from President Obama
WASHINGTON, DC—President Obama used this week’s address to offer his warmest greetings to all who are celebrating Easter and Passover this weekend, and to reflect on the common thread of humanity that binds us together. President Obama wishes all Americans a joyful weekend focused on the wonders of our individual traditions as well as the values that unite us all. Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address The White House April 7, 2012 For millions of Americans, this weekend is a time to celebrate redemption at God’s hand. Tonight, Jews will gather for a second Seder, where they will retell the story of the Exodus. And tomorrow, my family will join Christians around the world as we thank God for the all-important gift of grace through the resurrection of His son, and experience the wonder of Easter morning. These holidays have their roots in miracles that took place thousands of years ago. They connect us to our past and give us strength as we face the future. And they remind us of the common thread of humanity that connects us all.

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 sacrifice Jesus made 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. Christ’s triumph over death holds special meaning for Christians. But all of us, no matter how or whether we believe, can identify with elements of His story. The triumph of hope over despair. Of faith over doubt. The notion that there is something out there that is bigger than ourselves. These beliefs help unite Americans of all faiths and backgrounds. They shape our values and guide our work. They put our lives in perspective. 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. [PRESIDENTIAL WEEKLY ADDRESS ASSESSMENT PHASE A.a START OF]
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sec· tary \'se-krə-"ter-ē, 'se-kə-"ter-, in rapid speech re· also 'sek-"ter-, esp Brit 'se-k(r)ə-trē\ n, pl -tar· [ME ies secretarie, fr. ML secretarius, confidential employee, secretary, fr. L secretum secret, fr. neut. of secretus] (15c) 1 : one employed to handle correspondence and manage routine and detail work for a superior 2 a : an officer of a business concern who may keep records of directors' and stockholders' meetings and of stock ownership and transfer and help supervise the company's legal interests b : an officer of an organization or society responsible for its records and correspondence

In Times I Lostly Lastly Lustly Wander , Total Indifference My Arrogance Suggests… And I Humbly Obey… What Else Can I Do? What Else is Out There to Endlessly Lavishly Desire? Does anyone Know Something I Do Not? Hello? Is Anyone There? Only My Hide’s Pride…What I always Had to Have as Mine…
In the Vastness Void’s Midst I reAcquired, that is all the Info I Currently Need…

Pass· over \'pas-"ō-vər\ n [fr. the exemption of the Israelites from the slaughter of the firstborn in Egypt (Exod 12:23–27)] (1530) : a Jewish holiday beginning on the 14th of Nisan and commemorating the Hebrews' liberation from slavery in Egypt. [So for an American to avoid insanity is to be a Greek all the time? How can you be something that is obsolete since Antiquity while they say they exist since the Dawn of Time?]

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Easter and Passover Greetings from President Obama
greet· n (bef. ing capital city of the United States. The city of Washington has the same 12c) boundaries as the District of Columbia, a federal territory established in 1790 as the site of the new nation's permanent capital. Located at 1 : a salutation at the confluence of the Potomac and Anacostia rivers, it is bordered by meeting Maryland and Virginia. Population: 550,521 (2005 estimate) 2 : an expression of good wishes : regards — usu. used in plural WASHINGTON, DC—President Obama used this week’s address to offer his warmest ‹holiday ~s› greetings to all who are celebrating Easter and Passover this weekend, and to reflect on the
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common thread of humanity that binds us together.
hu· mane \hyü-'mān, yü-\ adj [ME humain] (ca. 1500) 1 : marked by compassion, sympathy, or consideration for humans or animals 2 : characterized by or tending to broad humanistic culture : humanistic ‹~ studies› — hu· mane· adv ly — hu· mane· ness \-'mān-nəs\ n
[ Old English wȳscan < Indo-European, "to desire"] [14th century. Via French < Latin reflectere "bend back" < flectere "to bend"]

4. imperfect: having the imperfections and weaknesses of a human being  She's only human, so give her a break!Microsoft® Encarta® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

[ Old English wundor < Germanic]

President Obama wishes all Americans a joyful weekend focused on the wonders of our individual traditions as well as the values that unite us all.
[14th century. Via French < Latin tradition- < tradere "hand over, betray" < trans- "across, over" + dare "give"]

1all \'ȯl\ adj [ME all, al, fr. OE eall; akin to OHG all all] (bef. 12c) 1 a : the whole amount, quantity, or extent of ‹needed ~ the courage they had› ‹sat up ~ night› b : as much as possible ‹spoke in ~ seriousness› 2 : every member or individual component of ‹~ men will go› ‹~ five children were present› 3 : the whole number or sum of ‹~ the angles of a

[ Old English mearc "boundary, marker" < Indo-European, "boundary"]

Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address The White House April 7, 2012

1week· \'wēk-"end\ n (1638) : the end of the end week ; specif: the period between the close of one working or business or school week and the beginning of the next 2weekend vi (1901) : to spend the weekend ‹~ing in the country› 3weekend adj (1935) : active in a specified role only on weekends or part-time ‹a ~ father› ‹~ athletes›

For millions of Americans, this weekend is a time to celebrate redemption at God’s hand. Tonight, Jews will gather for a second Seder, where they will retell the story of the Exodus.
1gath· \'ga-thər also 'ge-\ vb, gath· er ered gath· ing \'gath-riŋ, 'ga-thə-\ [ME gaderen, fr. OE er· gaderian; akin to MHG gadern to unite — more at good] vt(bef. 12c) 1 : to bring together : collect ‹tried to ~ a crowd› ‹~ed firewood› 2 a : pick harvest ‹~ flowers› b : to pick up or amass as if by harvesting ‹~ing ideas for the project› c : to scoop up or take up from a resting place ‹~ed the child up in his arms›
re·tell [ree té l] (past and past participle re·told [ree tṓld], present participle re·tell·ing, 3rd person present singular re·tells) transitive verb
repeat something: to tell something such as a story or joke again, especially in a different form or to somebody who has not heard it

[15th century. < Latin familia "servants of a household, household, family" < famulus "servant"]

And tomorrow, my family will join Christians around the world as we thank God for the allimportant gift of grace through the resurrection of His son, and experience the wonder of Easter morning.
res· rec· ur· tion \"re-zə-'rek-shən\ n [ME resurreccioun, fr. AF, fr. LL resurrection-, resurrectio act of rising from [ Old English þurh < Indo-European, "pass the dead, fr. resurgere to rise from the dead, fr. L, to through"] rise again, fr. re- + surgere to rise — more at surge] (14c) 1 a cap: the rising of Christ from the dead b often cap: the rising again to life of all the human dead before the 1hol· day \'hä-lə-"dā, Brit usu 'hä-lə-dē\ n [ME, fr. OE hāligdæg, fr. i· hālig holy + dæ g day]final judgment c : the state of one risen from the dead (bef. 12c) 2 : resurgence revival 1 : holy day 3 Christian from work ; specif: a day marked by 2 : a day on which one is exemptScience: a spiritualization of thought : a general suspension materialin commemoration of an event of work belief that yields to spiritual understanding — res· rec· in al \-shnəl, -shə-nəl\ adj ur· tion· 3 chiefly Brit: vacation — often used the phrase on holiday — often used in pl. 4 : a period of exemption or relief ‹corporations enjoying a tax ~›

These holidays have their roots in miracles that took place thousands of years ago. They connect us to our past and give us strength as we face the future. And they remind us of the common thread of humanity that connects us all.
1thread \'thred\ n [ME thred, fr. OE thrǣd; akin to OHG drāt wire, OE thrāwan to cause to twist or turn — more at throw] (bef. 12c) 1 a : a filament, a group of filaments twisted together, or a filamentous length formed by spinning and twisting short textile fibers into a continuous strand b : a piece of thread
count·less adjective
re·mind (past and past participle re·mind·ed, present participle re·mind·ing, 3rd person present singular re·minds) transitive verb
cause to think of something: to cause somebody to remember or think of something or somebody else  Remind me to collect the dry cleaning.  He reminds me of his grandfather.

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very many: many more than it is possible or convenient to count  I've told him countless times to be more careful.

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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 sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.
1make \'māk\ vb, made \'mād\ mak· [ME, fr. OE macian; akin ing to OHG mahhōn to prepare, make, Gk magēnai to be kneaded, OCS mazati to anoint, smear] vt(bef. 12c) 1 a obs: behave act b : to begin or seem to begin (an action) ‹made to go› 2 a : to cause to happen to or be experienced by someone ‹made trouble for us› b : to cause to exist, occur, or appear : create ‹~ a disturbance› c : to favor the growth or occurrence of ‹haste ~s waste› d : to fit, celebrate the resurrection by a savior who died so that we might live. Tomorrow, we will intend, or destine by or as if of creating ‹was made to be an actor›
[13th century. Via Anglo-Norman < Latin spiritus "breath" < spirare "breathe"]

[Mid-17th century. < Latin tremendus "fearful" < tremere (see "shake")]

[14th century. < past participle of obsolete sacre "consecrate," via French < Latin sacrare < sacr- "sacred"]

res· rec· ur· tion \"re-zə-'rek-shən\ n [ME resurreccioun, fr. AF, fr. LL resurrection-, resurrectio act of rising from the dead, fr. resurgere to rise from the dead, fr. L, to rise again, fr. re- + surgere to rise — more at surge] (14c) 1 a cap: the rising of Christ from the dead b often cap: the rising again to life of all the human dead before the final judgment c : the state of one risen from the dead 2 : resurgence revival 3 Christian Science: a spiritualization of thought : material belief that yields to spiritual understanding — res· rec· ur· tion· \-shnəl, -shə-nəl\ adj al

1ex· ple \ig-'zam-pəl\ n [ME, fr. AF essample, example, am· fr. L exemplum, fr. eximere to take out, fr. ex- + emere to take — more at redeem] (14c) 1 : one that serves as a pattern to be imitated or not to be imitated ‹a good ~› ‹a bad ~› 2 : a punishment inflicted on someone as a warning to others ; also: an individual so punished 3 : one (as an item or incident) that is representative of all of a group or type

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.
[14th century. Via French < Latin proclamare "cry out" < clamare "to cry"]

On this Part of Planet Earth , When Someone who thinks of one thing and only one all the time needs someone who has any reason to believe in nothing or everything for any time and as long as he / she wants the closest thing this Someone can call this someone is ‘Devil’. Devil Hate Me Please , Oh Please Do Hate Me cause I am Someone… someone Hate Me Please… I can Forget You Any Time I want to ReCall You Again any Time I wish… You Can only think of one Thing and that is either forever or forever to be forgotten… The Transaction is not Fair At all… Is this the Only thing you can think of Now?

re·mind (past and past participle re·mind·ed, present participle re·mind·ing, 3rd person present singular re·minds) transitive verb Who Needs Whom and Why? Do We Really Need One Another? Why Do I Need You? Cause You Need Me? What Kind of One Way
cause an think of something: to cause Need is that? That is notto Affair but an indirect Long Term Enslavement…

Am I Your Personal Accuser now cause I am giving you a true Reflection of Yourself? You need an Enemy to Live how to Think for yourself , All I need to Live is Myself and how to Defend MySelf from those who need me as their Enemy…

somebody to remember or think of something or somebody else Is this the One thing you had in your Mind all these Years?  Remind me to collect the dry cleaning. Your Well Being As your Words to Chain Me For the Centuries to Come as your Enemy?  He reminds me of his grandfather.
The Stars are Waiting… You Better Find someone else for the Role…

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We remind ourselves that no matter who we are, or how much we achieve, we each stand humbled before an almighty God.
Oh , My Almighty… Oh , My…
[ Old English mæ g, form of magan "be able" < Indo-European] Well , If he can really do anything is good to know he exists and of course he surely knows me as some i-think-of-onlyone-thing folks claim out there so we will avoid the hailing protocol in case we ever truly meet each other… God I know you are there… Somewhere Out There… But Where Exactly? Still Looking… Still Looking… Don’t Say a Word , I will find you first… What’s His Name Again?

1stand \'stand\ vb, stood \'stụd\ stand· ing [ME, fr. OE standan; akin to OHG stantan, stān to stand, L stare, Gk histanai to cause to stand, set, histasthai to stand, be standing] vi(bef. 12c) 1 a : to support oneself on the feet in an erect position b : to be a specified height when fully erect ‹~s six feet two› c : to rise to an erect position

[14th century. Via French < Latin triumphus]

Christ’s triumph over death holds special meaning for Christians. But all of us, no matter how or whether we believe, can identify with elements of His story. The triumph of hope over despair. Of faith over doubt.
[13th century. Via Old French feid < Latin fides "trust, belief"]

1hope \'hōp\ vb, hoped hop· [ME, fr. OE hopian; akin to MHG hoffen ing to hope] vi(bef. 12c) 1 : to cherish a desire with anticipation ‹~s for a promotion› 2 archaic: trust vt 1 : to desire with expectation of obtainment 2 : to expect with confidence : trust expect — hop· n er — hope against hope : to hope without any basis for expecting fulfillment

The notion that there is something out there that is bigger than ourselves.
1some· thing \'səm(p)-thiŋ, esp in rapid speech or for 2 'səm-pəm\ pron (bef. 12c) 1 a : some indeterminate or unspecified thing b : some indeterminate amount more than a specified number — used in combination ‹twentysomething years old› ‹a group of fifty-somethings› 2 : a person or thing of consequence 3 : one having more or less the character, qualities, or nature of something different ‹is ~ of a bore› — something else : something or someone special or extraordinary

[14th century. Origin ?]

1back· ground \'bak-"(g)raụnd\ n, often attrib, (1672) 1 a : the scenery or ground behind something b : the part of a painting representing what lies behind objects in the foreground 2 : an inconspicuous position

These beliefs help unite Americans of all faiths and backgrounds. They shape our values and guide our work. They put our lives in perspective.
[ Old English weorc < Indo-European] [14th century. Via French < late Latin perspectivus "optical" < Latin perspicere "look closely" < specere "look at"]

[Late 18th century. < Latin resurgent-, present participle of resurgere "rise again" < surgere "rise up from below"]

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.
[Mid-17th century. < Latin, "hearth, fireplace"]

[12th century. < French joie < Latin gaudere "rejoice"]

Someone presented himself to me as Jesus My Personal Current and Future Saviour One Day. Jesus is the Son of God So Jesus should know Best And in case he does not know he will ask his Almighty Father and in case I get pissed cause he has no answers and he is wasting my limited life time he will forgive me cause he expects that I do not know what I do even though he may not be able to answer at all about how my life can provenly become better every single day and night from now on… So it is Safe for Me to be Pissed at him all the time as long as I am thinking of him and him all the fucking time…

[Early 16th century. < Americus, Latinized form of Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512), Italian navigator]

God bless you, and may God bless the United States of America.
[Mid-16th century. < modern Latin Americanus < America]

Jesus ,is this Saga of Yours Also Mine and Why? somebody from United States: somebody Don’t Look at your Dad Already, It is not Even Saturday Yet… Your Dada is Sky High, You Are Down Here Withcomes from the United States who Me Now… Till you have Anything for me , You reEnjoy the Saturday Night’s Show… [ Old English blētsian < Germanic] I will be only Watching…

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WEEKLY ADDRESS: Easter and Passover Greetings from President Obama

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WASHINGTON, DC—President Obama used this week’s address to offer his warmest greetings to all who are celebrating Easter and Passover this weekend, and to reflect on the common thread of humanity that binds us together.

President Obama wishes all Americans a joyful weekend focused on the wonders of our individual traditions as well as the values that unite us all.

Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address The White House April 7, 2012

For millions of Americans, this weekend is a time to celebrate redemption at God’s hand. Tonight, Jews will gather for a second Seder, where they will retell the story of the Exodus.

And tomorrow, my family will join Christians around the world as we thank God for the allimportant gift of grace through the resurrection of His son, and experience the wonder of Easter morning. These holidays have their roots in miracles that took place thousands of years ago. They connect us to our past and give us strength as we face the future. And they remind us of the common thread of humanity that connects us all. 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 sacrifice Jesus made 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. Christ’s triumph over death holds special meaning for Christians. But all of us, no matter how or whether we believe, can identify with elements of His story. The triumph of hope over despair. Of faith over doubt. The notion that there is something out there that is bigger than ourselves. These beliefs help unite Americans of all faiths and backgrounds. They shape our values and guide our work. They put our lives in perspective. 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. [PRESIDENTIAL WEEKLY ADDRESS ASSESSMENT PHASE A.b END OF]