Easter and the triumph of life over death
This morning I greeted Easter in a taxi cab.
There I watched the darkness of Black Saturday give way to the piercing light of the Easter dawn. Light beaming, shining brightly as the resurrection hope glistened in the quiet streets of Manila.
Easter was spent early at church with the remembrance of Christ’s death in the Eucharist and the commemoration of dedicating one’s self to the resurrected Christ in the waters of baptism. It is there that it climaxed with the deafening chorus of the Halleluiahs chorus from Handel’s Messiah.
Easter was remembered with a celebration of life that came with a whole day spent in the company of those that I love.
Easter is where love and life is both celebrated and given meaning with the miracle of Christ’s resurrection the triumph of life over death.