Easter marks a significant day, not only for the Christians but for the sacredness within all of us. It is a day that has much to remind. And then extend these reminders to be used to modify thoughts and actions. Usually, death marks the end of the book of life and is a sad and grieving event. In the case of Christ, it was a blow to his disciples and a symbol of great betrayal of humanity. The mind of Judas had been corrupted by the Satan and that lead to the crucifixion of the Christ. And the merciless and bloody way in which Christ left his body marked the evil’s winning. His disciples plunged into grief and succumbed to a deep loss of their own identities. The compassion of the Christ birthed humanity fresh in the lap of a new salvation. The Good Friday was merely a curtain raiser to the impending a new era. The following Sunday was Easter when Christ was resurrected and so was the belief of goodness in our own hearts. It clearly depicted Jesus being the son of god and his heart of immense compassion for all of us. Easter is thus a powerful reminder to all of us to rediscover the inherent goodness and Christ in each of us and resurrect it to fully bloom in our everyday life. It is a reminder to resurrect the kindness and divinity that is our inherent nature. In spite of the good Fridays where sin and evil seem to have won, the ultimate victory is always of love and goodness that Easter is truly symbolic of. On each Friday of our life, let us always remember….that Sunday is not too far away.