Somehow it is already Good Friday, with the promise of Easter just days away.
Today we remember the power of love.
Love as modeled by Jesus is not rational, it is not self serving, it is not romantic, it is not saccharine or weak or pointless.
Because love is the point of it all. Love is the way to wholeness and healing and harmony and peace.
These of course are things our wounded world needs so deeply and dearly, even as in our name, some of our elected leaders threaten lifelines, tear open holes in our social safety net, drop death dealing super weapons and exploit our common home for short term profit.
And so this Good Friday I pray for wholeness and healing, for harmony and peace. For me and you and the entire human community.
Jesus, one with us, you who humbled yourself and suffered death on a cross, be with us in our cross carrying moments today. Inspire us to journey with one another, to remain at the foot of the cross, to bear witness and to create openings for hope even in the darkest of days. Teach us to love one another, always.
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Beautiful Susan. You offer me hope.