everyone to believe in modernization.
Church buildings are silent. Restaurants are closed. Family members who are not on the same ceiling do not combine food with pork or lamb, clams and spring vegetables. Actual egg hunting occurs in the grocery pass, not in the yard.
Easter is different from what we experienced in living memory.
The pandemic of the new coronavirus has caused cities, economies and personal social interactions to cease across the world, and the shadow of Good Friday is more shadowy than the dawn of Easter Sunday.
It is a special day for two billion Christians worldwide and 167 million people in the United States, most of whom love live broadcast or zoom, and it is another reminder of what the virus has done in our daily lives.
This is not a religious holiday for others, but it has become a holiday.
This celebration includes family gatherings, children’s activities, a festive celebration in early spring, a traditional time for renewal, a new birth, and a celebration of hope after the winter of discontent. The Iranians on New Years Eve in Nowruz, the Indians during the color festival, the Jews celebrate Easter, and many others share this hope.
This year, the Easter message is hopeful and renewed a special welcome because the country is targeting, according to experts, the highest death point for COVID-19. For most of us, this is the first major holiday we celebrate after our life is ashamed because of layoffs and home requests. This is a difficult moment for many of us.
This is a great time for team stops and with all the hope we can find to receive all the good news.
Recent projections indicate that the curve of the epidemic will eventually ring and that the number of deaths – still tragically large – may not be as large as before, and may return to normal on the horizon. Our suffering is not in vain, but a new day will come sooner or later.
This does not detract from the Christian Gospel, “God loved the world that His only Son gave, and everyone who believes in Him will have eternal life,” and the Son
Easter is the day that revives the hearts of Christians around the world: “Not here. He said:” He has risen indeed. “
This is not just another “inspirational story” for Christian believers, because faith in the Bible’s account of the Cross lives in a way that it cannot do as a simple example. But this does not mean that not everyone can be motivated, especially when they face a common enemy.
“The completely innocent man sacrificed himself for the benefit of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world,” said Hindu Mahatma Gandhi, who transformed the world using the political theory of nonviolent resistance. “It was perfect work.”