The Third Day

(First published in April 2009)

I remember a magazine article that talked about waiting for the third day when one is in deep you-know-what (it rhymes with “bird”), because things will get better on the third day. For us Christians, the third day symbolizes Easter, the rising of Christ from the dead.

Holy Week is just around the corner. Ah, another long vacation. I only wish that Araw ng Kagitingan, which falls on Holy Thursday, will be moved to the Monday after Easter Sunday instead of this coming Monday, so that those working away could celebrate Easter Sunday at home and use Monday as travel time back to work. For those, against GMA’s “holiday economics”, you might want to read my article Schadenfreude.

Happy holidays everyone! Take care especially if you’re going to do some traveling.

1 Response to “The Third Day”

  1. 1 johen
    July 4, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    if GMA gets bored may be she can bring someones flower or some one she recommend to plant your garden under the same pocket.

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