In the Christian tradition, Good Friday is the day when Christ was crucified and died. It is an integral part of Holy Week and is often used as a day of somber meditation.
For years, I wondered why it was called “Good”. “What’s so Good about Good Friday?” by Justin Holcomb has a good explanation.
I really wanted to focus on what good means and I found a sermon by Rev. Alice King at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudon, Virginia that discusses good and perfect. I believe it is a good thing to listen to on this holy day. Perfection is the Enemy of the Good In this sermon Rev. King discusses a familiar and popular song. I will leave a link to the version she talks about most here.
I hope that focusing on good and perfect help you today.