Good Friday

Each and every Good Friday for as long as I can remember, I chew and chew on the phrase Good Friday and wonder why those words were chosen by Christians to identify the final sufferings of Jesus. Evidently, others wonder as well.  [I heart the internet.] 

...from Dutch philosopher, Spinoza: Nature is the true expression of God. And each of us is part of it. Oh yeah.

Like any woman with a hardshell Southern Baptist background, my day was spent working for my family. Especially sorting through – and re-aligning – my unfulfilled expectations RE: OLW and MMEW. Three full months behind. <grin> After? Taxes at noon, big grocery effort at 3 (thanks, Josh), prep for/travel to Cornell Kids Slumber Party. Kids? Now, that’s God’s work. I head home from the Slumber Party on Saturday morning...


This entry was written by kmgraybeal and published on April 8, 2012 at 11:22 am. It’s filed under Celebration, Family, Gratitude, Spring. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Good Friday

  1. Interesting and thought provoking…on many fronts. And how was the slumber party? who got to sleep?
    Lovely photos…and they are of ???

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