Happy Easter, Darling!

Easter Daffodils (and Eggs)

On most days I'm not sure what's guiding human life. Whether it's a bearded, robed man smiling from the sky or merely a benevolent energy inside everything -  I often feel like my life has no direction, much less a divine plan set out by the heavens.

 Even if the story of Jesus rising from the dead isn't fact, but rather a parable written to teach us something, I appreciate Easter.  A person was destroyed by hate, but he wasn't defeated. On this day he came back.

I like that lesson, and I will honor it by spiking my blood sugar with jelly beans.

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* Sorry about my absence all week. I had the flu. But, being-sick stories are like airplane-layover stories (everyone has one, but they're so borning to hear). I'll save you the 104 degree details and just say : I'm on the mend, and I'll see you on Monday!

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4 comments:

  1. yes to all. get home. hang out with me. the end.

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  2. I love your perspective :) Regardless of religious beliefs, Easter is a pretty swell holiday in my opinion!

    xox
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    Hannah

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  3. Sam, I love this post. You so beautifully captured the truth of Easter. I loved the lines "A person was destroyed by hate but he wasn't defeated. On this day he came back." Don't know if there's a more perfect way to describe Easter. Sorry to hear you were sick but glad you're on your way back!

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  4. yes to Jesus, to jelly beans, to the little lessons behind Easter :)

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