Could be that part of the Easter period is expected to be sad, in terms of Stations of The Cross and the Crucifixion. Sadness as destressor. Then when sadness followed by great positives, stresses become less possible.
Here’s the fact of life: You will face these three days over and over and over in your lifetime. And when you do, you’ll find yourself asking, as I did, three fundamental questions. Number one, what do I do in my days of pain? Two, how do I get through my days of doubt and confusion? Three, how do I get to the days of joy and victory?
The answer is Easter.
Wondering how similar sentiments may be found, across religions. Go low to go high. Or something.
Maybe it’s just a pleasant Sunday…