Good Friday

It was probably once called God Friday, but the way languages evolve (I studied this in college), we now call out time of tribal or cultural sorrow Good. And it is good, because it has a most happy ending. I hope the time of chocolate Easter bunnies is not gone, at least not for good.

We humans have funny ways of adapting, even to something as bad as a coronavirus. But that’s for the future. Let me tell you about the past, which at least I know to some extent. One Easter morning, my youngest brother, a toddler then, found a beautiful box of assorted cookies on the family sideboard. Taking it with him under the table, he proceeded to take one bite out of each cookie, until he had just about finished the box. That’s a toddler’s way of taking care of the future and celebrating Easter.

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