Good Friday: should we be happy or sad?

Good Friday for those who are not Religious, or have wandered away from their  Religion, is a time in which Jesus was crucified and died while nailed to a cross, then buried within a tomb sealed by a giant boulder, so nobody could get in. Then on the third day which is Easter, he rose again to be seated at the right of his Father, the Lord God the creator of all Mankind.

The season of lent for those Christians around the world, is a forty day journey of Jesus Christ ending with Holy week, to Jesus being crucified and rising again, showing us all that, if we follow in his footsteps, we to can walk our journeys in peace, while loving ourselves and all those around us. When Jesus walked his journey with us, he taught us many things and he also suffered greatly for us as well. Jesus wanted to show us that, no matter what comes across our paths, no matter how much pain we endear, no matter how much we struggle throughout our journey, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. To be able to get to the path of righteousness, we have to believe and have faith in ourselves, we also have to have faith and believe in him and his father, God himself.

With this faith and belief in ourselves, God and Jesus, we will never lose sight of who we truly are, it is when we lose this faith and don’t believe, that we have this doubt enter our lives along our journey, when we don’t know truly who we are, then we walk our paths with a clouded judgement, that does nothing but have us simply wander, instead of walking with confidence, to become better and stronger throughout our journey here on Earth.

Should we be sad on this good Friday? When you look at it in the way of, all of us throughout Mankind are what is truly wrong within this Society, than yes we need to be sad and maybe some tears and real empathy, will help us fix what is truly wrong with everything around us. With all the technology and through social media on all our technical devices, we have not only lost touch with each other, but we have also lost touch with our true self”s. Instead of communicating face to face with each other, we either email or text each other, this does nothing but create a fake reality and makes us forget who we really are, not too mention building ourselves up and then not living up to the build up. We also should be sad because, we have forgotten that Jesus came to us to show us the way to the path of righteousness, he sacrificed and suffered for us, then he was crucified and buried so we can learn by what was wrong and fix what we needed, so we can walk our paths of our journey to be stronger and better, while we stay true to ourselves, love ourselves as well as our neighbors, so we can all walk in peace with no chaos around us.

The time for us to be happy would be Easter Sunday, as this is the third day when Jesus rose from the dead, to be seated at the right hand of his Father, spoke to us from high above, while showing we to can rise like him, when our journey ends here on Earth, but first we need to follow his lead, remember all his teachings while he walked with us, when things happen to us along our paths, stay true to who we are and have complete faith in Jesus, so he can show us that light at the end of the tunnel, which is the true path of righteousness. Jesus is always with us within our souls and he fills our hearts with warmth, which is his love for us, all we have to do is, acknowledge and feel this warmth of his love, so as we stay true to ourselves, we can share this love with all that is around us, as we all walk our paths along our journey of life in peace, while spreading happiness throughout all of Mankind within our Society.

” Good Friday is only good cause it leads us to Easter Sunday, which is the rising of Jesus Christ, from the suffering he went through for all of us”

” Good Friday is not just a day off from work so you can relax, it is a day to show respect for what is around you, as well as staying true to yourself and believing in yourself, like  Jesus wanted and taught us when he walked his journey with us”

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