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· Easter Bunny of Easter is similar to Santa Claus
of Christmas, because both bring gifts to
children, on the Eve of the respective festivals.…read more

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· It is lit in churches, to celebrate the Resurrection
of Lord Jesus Christ, three days after crucifixion.
Christians associate Jesus with the light from
candles, hailing him as "the eternal light",
showing Christians the way from death to life.
The candlelight ushers in a world of hope and
prosperity, by driving away the gloom of
darkness.…read more

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· The Cross, the all-pervading icon of Christianity, is an integral
element of all Christian festivals, including Easter. It is the symbol of
life over death. The crucifix is a cross with an image of Jesus' body
hanging from it. It symbolizes the sacrifice, which Jesus did for
humanity. An empty cross, without the figure of Christ crucified on it,
reminds Christians of Jesus' victory over death and the new life and
hope the victory brings to humanity.…read more

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· Easter eggs have been acknowledged as a symbol of continuing life
and fertility, since pre-Christian spring celebrations. Given as
springtime gifts by the ancient Greeks, Persians and Chinese at
their spring festivals, the Easter egg appears in Pagan mythology as
well, where the Heaven and Earth were thought to have been
formed from two halves of an egg.…read more

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· Among the multitude of spring flowers, the Easter white lily is the
traditional Easter flower. The beautiful flower is considered the
symbol of the Resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ, three days after his
crucifixion. The large, pure white blooms of the Easter Lilies are
symptomatic of the pure new life that comes through the
Resurrection of Jesus.…read more

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