Good Friday on 2011 and 2016 – Holy Good Friday
The Good Friday observed in 2011 and the one observed in 2016 are a bit different owing to many reasons. The essence, passion and the commemoration are duly respected and believed. However, technological advancements have been dominant and they have made an impact in our lives. The advancements that were in 2011 have been quite changed.
How the world observed Good Friday in 2011:
The internet is readily available. Christians, irrespective of their sects, pay their respects by offering fasts and attending services in churches. On a more unphysical and digital scale, pictures related to the teachings of Jesus are shared. Famous sermons are delivered as they’re shared on every online social platform. Masterpieces on the life of Jesus are being discussed and forwarded. What is interesting to note is that all these activities are easily being done via cell phones and computers. Cell phones, restricted to their size, would have to be connected to computer to be more accessible in sharing or receiving contents.
How the world observed Good Friday in 2016:
With the advent of better cell phones, the sharing of content had gotten easier. With better display and options, cell phones were primarily used to share content online. What became the most gifted of all options was the Live Broadcast. Just like TVs cover the as-it-is-happening content, technology gave everyone the freedom to their moments of Good Friday as they were happening.
Every part of the famous The Way of the Cross could be broadcasted by anyone who is in the procession. In short, the world observed Good Friday in a better and smartly integrated way as compared to 2011.
The spirit, nonetheless, remained the same for the passion of Christ, whether it was 2011 or 2016.