The Holy Week has arrived again, one of the most important rites of Christianity of Christianity, and celebrated in much of the world, and which commemorates the passion, death and resurrection of Christ.
However, beyond all this; Beyond going to a parish or participating in a retinue or watching the filmthey always project on these occasions, we should reflect more about it.
What is holy week? I ask myself, and I ask you.
Saint is only the Father, or saint is everything … a flower, the wind, the foam …
What is holy?
One day alone can not change our behavior; it is our behavior that can modify all our days.
Christmas is beautiful and sad at the same time:
Beautiful because it reminds us that there is a possibility that the Christ is born in our hearts; sad because he has not been born and we are satisfied with saying «Come, do not delay so much».
Holy week is beautiful and sad at the same time:
Beautiful because it reminds us that there is a possibility that we will achieve resurrection; sad because we have not achieved it, and not even the one who can achieve it has been born.
Holy Week is the peak of the representation of the cosmic drama, the one that each one of us must live if we really want to go to the Father.
Is Easter a time of reflection?
I support NO, because that would imply that the other days of the year we do not reflect, or that our reflection is minor.
If our spirituality is only one day in the year, we are lost. THERE IS NO HOLY WEEK, because every day is holy, every breath done with the conscience.
If so we proceed, the so-called holy week becomes meaningless, it is one more day, but lived with conscience and love.
Phoneia.com (June 26, 2019). Reflections of Holy Week. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/education/reflections-of-holy-week/