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Easter the best sign of spring

Updated on April 1, 2019
Bright shoes for Easter
Bright shoes for Easter

Easter

Easter is a time of year when the Easter Bunny comes and drops off limitless amounts of candy in plastic eggs for the kids to hunt for in the morning, it is a limitless amount of fun and it brings a limitless amount of happiness but this is not how it began. Easter is known as the pagan festival and it started long before the Christians celebrated Easter. But what year did Easter actually start in? Well according to the Bible after Jesus died at the age of 30 Easter was three days after on Sunday. Which usually fell in March or the beginning of April, there is no date, because it always changes. The resurrection of Christ is Easter, Christ died and rose again to forgive our sins. That is what Easter is, according to the bible. Easter is also a sign of spring, and that is why spring begins right before Easter, for the most part anyway.

Most of the time when Easter rolls around there are limitless amounts of flowers that are usually in bloom and the grass is green. Right, and that relates to Easter too, so that is why spring happens right before the resurrection of Christ, at least according to information found on the internet, but in my opinion it makes sense. Easter is when Christ died on the cross for our sins so that we could go to heaven. Easter is also the beginning of spring with its spring colors and brightness. Easter was placed at the best time of year possible, season-wise, because of Easter in my opinion means new life of some sort, don’t you think? That is what spring offers isn’t it?

What about the Easter bunny, though doesn’t the Easter Bunny exist, and what does he or she do? Well before Easter eggs were hidden, or even colored by children. Years before in the Babylonian times, "the Easter eggs were believed to have fallen from the sky, and hatch the goddess of Easter". Although that probably didn’t happen, because why would eggs fall from the sky right. Whatever works to get kids to believe, though? The Easter bunny goes to each house, with colored plastic eggs and hides them, so that when kids wake up in the morning they cab to search for them. That is what the Easter bunny does now anyway.

Although the churches around the world are trying to keep the resurrection of Christ the top priority of Easter rather than the searching of Easter eggs, who doesn’t like that. I remember waking up really early in the morning on Easter and looking for colorful plastic eggs, with Candy in them. We also got gifts in our Easter baskets. These gifts included something relating to spring, whether it be clothing or Sandals. Something to welcome spring that is what Easter is anyway. So why not welcome it with gifts of new things.

These gifts are usually what the Easter bunny brought us, along with hiding of eggs that we would go searching for. The Easter Bunny always has a spring in his or her step, don’t they? Also with the gifts that we get on Easter, doesn’t it brighten our moods for the spring months ahead? I think so don’t you agree? I love the bright colors of Easter and getting Chocolate, because who doesn’t like Chocolate? I also like getting the brightly colored clothing or shoes and a new movie for Easter. It just brightens up the day, and isn’t that what Easter is supposed to do?


Easter the best sign of Spring

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Easter is Happy

Easter is a limitlessly happy time, and that is why it is at the beginning of spring because everything is waking up happy and started to begin again, that is what Easter is. That is also why it feels limitless at times.It is a new beginning just like spring and that is why it is right around the beginning of spring. I loved the Easter bunny when I was younger because they always knew what kind of candy I liked and who doesn’t like getting their favorite candy at Easter?

The Easter bunny is an actual bunny and why is that? It is because bunny is cute and cuddly, and a sign of new life. Isn’t that what Easter is all about the sign of new life and what better way to see the sign of new life than through a Bunny, everyone has heard the term bread like rabbits, although that isn’t a good term. I like the fact that bunnies are cute and cuddly and soft, they make people happy in the spring and that I think is the point of Easter and the Easter bunny, what do you think? The bright colors of spring are also related to Easter in some way because of the bright flowers that bloom in the Easter months. Don’t you think Easter and the Easter bunny represent spring?

Easter has a limitless beauty that is associated with it, with all the bright colors. It is the time of year where you are happy because there are so many pretty colors and bright candy. If that is what you like, I myself enjoy the bright colors of Easter and the colors are the best limitless part of it because the colors are always there during Easter.

Easter brings about limitless happiness because of how bright it is outside, that is where all the Easter eggs are hidden, aren't they? In limitless amounts, it seems like until the kids find them and open them up that is but there is still a limitless amount of candy that is found.

What do you think of Easter? Did you have fun outside or did you stay indoors, if you have kids did they search for Easter eggs or did you just give them candy, I know that up until the age of twenty-something I still wanted an Easter egg hunt, can you believe it. I don't want one anymore though just give me the candy and I am all set, I love chocolate for Easter what about you? Easter brings the feeling of limitless hope for the rest of the year.



Happy Easter
Happy Easter

Easter is Spring Time

Easter is a limitless happy time, it is a time to spend with family and friends, and be happy. It is all about bright colors and the sun and that is why Easter is the best sign of spring. Or at least it is to me. Is Easter the best sign of spring to you?

What do you think of Easter and the Easter Bunny? Let's discuss

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    • louise-barraco profile imageAUTHOR

      Louise Barraco 

      4 years ago from Ontario

      Yes exactly

    • WiccanSage profile image

      Mackenzie Sage Wright 

      4 years ago

      Bunnies have long been a symbol of fertility, due to the fact that they would start coming out in the spring, and reproduce very very quickly. Beautiful time of year.

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