I mean honestly, whether you're a believer or not, if we're going by the story of the Bible, it really seems more like, Super Shitty Friday.
Because I usually assume others think the same things
"because Christ, by His Death, "showed His great love for man, and purchased for him every blessing." Good, in this sense, means "holy," [Ref. Source: click]
In other the logistics of Good Friday-ing perplex me news-- What is the protocol for saying Happy? Other than Memorial Day, there aren't really any other holidays where adding a happy isn't automatically appropriate. Granted, most other holidays have far less crucify-y central point, but, really, what is the alternative? ..."With the appropriate reverence, given circumstances, I'm wishing you a healthy, trauma free, productive, successful day"? Even for someone with the propensity to be as long winded as I am that seems awkward, no?
So that I can salvage any hope of getting a decent nights sleep, I've decided to let that one go for now. If you have any suggestions for alternate Good Friday greetings, please leave a comment.
In the meantime--