It is fair to say that on Shutterchance there are those who do have some religion and some who don't, and I don't think any of us have problems with that, but there is one thing to bear in mind about today whatever one's beliefs.
Today is Good Friday and probably, throughout most of the world, it is a Public Holiday. The writings in the Bible outline the events some 2,000 years ago in Jerusalem which led to this being such a holiday, presumably without those events this would still be just another working day, and Sunday would also be just another Sunday.
In Christian churches throughout the world there have been some magnificent sculptures, carvings, paintings and other works of art depicting the death, by Cruciifixion, of the man called Jesus of Nazareth. I came upon this particularly modern style of Crucifix hanging in front of the West window in the parish church of St.Peter and St.Paul at Syston, Leicestershire last autumn and felt it was a suitable image to post on this Good Friday Bank Holiday.
Wherever you are, and whatever you are doing I hope you have a very enjoyable Easter weekend.
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