Apr 07, 2021 Letters
Kaieteur News – Every year, the Easter is celebrated with gusto and enthusiasm. It is a celebration of joy and peace upon the earth but more importantly a celebration of light upon the earth when Jesus is resurrected. Christians gather in churches to commemorate the event of resurrection and hence consolidate the faith in the resurrection. In Guyana, flying kites is very much associated with the Easter where people of every walk of life fly kites in unison. This used to be the way in which we celebrated the Easter.
However, this year has brought an enormous challenge to all celebrations, including the Easter. Due to COVID-19, this year, Easter saw a much toned down celebration mostly confined to the homes. It seemed Easter light was dim both from COVID and rain. In order for us to see the light, we need our eyes. Light on its own, without the eyes, is meaningless and also if we have excess of light, our eyes might be blinded or vice-versa. We have huge challenges ahead of us in ensuring that we, as a community, see the light of Easter as we overcome the darkness of COVID-19. Jesus conquered darkness of death so shall we also conquer this pandemic. However, it is crucial to cooperate with guidelines and measures that are in effect to slow and conquer this deadly virus.
Jerri Melwin Dias
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