There are about 2.4 billion Christians in the world today and for them, this week, Holy Week, is the most sacred week of the year. It is a week of immense joy and immense sorrow. It is a week of immeasurable alienation and total communion. It is a week that for Christians, commemorates and re-lives a week like no other in the history of the human race.
In this time of pandemic, I have decided to dedicate my next five posts, starting with this one, to Holy Week. In a way, this week is about our broken human spirits, and our Creator caring so much about us, He offered Himself as a way to mend ourselves, and heal and become who we were meant to become.
This pandemic, which came upon us so suddenly, has left many broken hearts and many spirits that need mending. With the light shining at the end of the tunnel, through the grace of God, we can join together, all people, regardless of Faith, and help each other heal.