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Traditional Good Friday music and more

This is Good Friday, so like all good graduates of Our Lady of Sorrows grammar school, I must make note of the day. It is a day sacred to Christians. Even many of us heathens get it off, so I am able to sit here at home and write this blog post.

I am not a Christian. Republicans are Christians. I know because they tell me so, and they wouldn’t lie, would they? So, I know I’m not a Christian, because there are some things I believe, that are inconsistent with Christianity, as near as I can figure, based on what I’ve learned about Christianity from Republicans.

I believe in feeding the hungry. Christians don’t.

I believe in healing the sick. Christians don’t.

As I mentioned, it’s good Friday, when we recall a man who was given the death penalty for a crime he did not commit. I believe that innocent people should not suffer the death penalty. Christians don’t. In fact, I don’t believe anyone should get the death penalty. See the previous link.

There are a lot of other things I believe that Christians don’t believe. I believe we should try to give shelter to the homeless, aid to the disabled, and a decent life to the aged. I don’t know where I got these ideas, but it clearly wasn’t from Christians.

So, I guess I’m not a Christian. But I think I’m in good company. There was this guy, for instance, who lived 2000 years ago‚Ķ.

Anyway, this is neither here nor there. There is a Good Friday tradition on this blog, and I can’t let it fall by the wayside. Words and lyrics of wisdom we should all take to heart in these dark times.

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