What does Easter mean to you?

Easter is just a few days away, and many people have shared how the note and tone of the holiday is so different this year. With that thought, how will you celebrate this year?

Christians all over the world will remember the selfless sacrifice of Jesus Christ and others will commemorate with their children as they share playful images (perhaps from home) of the Easter bunny and Easter egg hunts. How ever you choose to remember, I only ask one thing. That you do so with a heart of gratitude.

Everything about our world is different right now with the onset of Covid-19, but, complaining, resisting and throwing your head in the sand won’t make it go away. Prayer, spending time with loved ones and a heart of appreciation go a long way toward applying a healing balm across our psyche and that of others.

The coronavirus pandemic is real, but as a country our love, resilience and fortitude is not only needed, but it’s greater. So, Easter might not be celebrated in the traditional sense, but does that really make a difference in the long term? I dare say not.

Wishing you love, light and happiness in light of this crazy world we live in. But together, we will pull through.


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