G.O.O.D friday

Maybe he can walk on water, but he can't walk on air.
Christians around the world set aside this Friday to remember the crucifixion of Jesus.
Later Christian tradition put Jesus' last meal with his disciples on Thursday evening and his crucifixion on what we call today "Good Friday." We now know that is one day off.
So, what can the story of Jesus's crucifixion, as recorded in the Gospels almost 2,000 years ago, teach us about our own lives?
Like Jesus, we thirst for God's healing, restoring presence in our own pain-wracked lives. Our souls are parched and dry for it. God willingly quenches it -- abundantly, fully, now and forever.
The celebration of Good Friday is ancient, dating at least to the 4th century. But why is it called a "good" day?