Jesus was weakened and unable to CARRY HIS CROSS. When He fell, Simon of Cyrene was forced to carry His cross. Do you think it was coincidence that He fell right in front of Simon? Or the will of the Father who sent Him? https://www.ILITeam.org/coreleadership/carrying-the-cross
The “land between” is the place in life where God seems silent, even absent; but the resurrection teaches us that if all seems lost, God is still at work. Perhaps, this is even when He is doing His greatest work...
Easter Sunday marks the greatest event in history, Jesus conquering death. While celebrating Easter is good, we must remember the events that led to this climactic victory so we don't miss the depth of the its meaning.
We may not know what was happening in Jesus' life one week after his birth, but one thing we do know is that he was wrapped in swaddling cloths. But why would that matter? Perhaps God uses ordinary things communicate extraordinary signs.