Your baggage isn't ever too heavy for Jesus. ~ This image is so evocative. I get the allusion, but I don't believe Jesus carries baggage. I'd prefer one of Him slinging baggage into the Sea of Forgetfulness.
In Mark a leper comes up to Jesus and asks Jesus to heal him. Jesus touched the leper and the leper was healed. This is an example from the past of Jesus' healing, but even today we see that Jesus heals many people every day with his amazing powers.
Second Station Jesus takes up his cross Outside the city, to the north-west of Jerusalem, there is a little hill: Golgotha is its name in Aramaic; locus Calvariae, in Latin: the place of skulls or Calvary. Offering no resistance, Jesus gives himself.