Good Friday

On this Good Friday, I think that this expresses how I feel right now. I found it on my Facebook the other day, from years ago. I cannot recall the context of why I posted it, but I can clearly see its point right now.

At this moment in time we may feel imprisoned in our isolation, but may we always feel a sense of hope.

May you and yours be blessed as we move through this Triduum in ways we could not have imagined.

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