What Easter means to me

@marky7 (539)
Independence, Louisiana
March 27, 2016 5:02pm CST
Easter is a holiday for family to remember what it means to be forgiven. Easter is a holiday that starts out for the kids with talk of the Easter Bunny and bunny rabbits and a lot of candy in baskets, but along the way there comes a time to share the true meaning of Easter and that is of new life. How do you think of the Easter holiday?
2 responses
@amadeo (78596)
• United States
27 Mar 16
pretty close to you.The meaning is very important.Not sure that they teach this any more?
27 Mar 16
I have to say the meaning of Easter has been lost on me. I work in a Church of England school, but even so I've not had the time to listen in on what it's all about and I don't think much has actually been said to the children. I've never gone to church or been Christened, so I'm practically an Atheist, although I do like tradition. I think that's how a lot of White British people stand nowadays. All it seems to be about is eating lots of chocolate and having a lamb roast dinner on the Sunday night. It seems to have become a competition as to who gets the most and best Easter eggs too.