On celebrating the Easter: What does this special event really mean?


The name Easter is coming from England. The naming of the celebration as “Easter” seems to go back to the name of a pre-Christian goddess in England, Eostre, who was celebrated at beginning of spring. The only reference to this goddess comes from the writings of the Venerable Bede, a British monk who lived in the late seventh and early eighth century. Hence, what we are doing and how we are doing what we are doing, mean several things for people and for the people in positions having power.

Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the New Testament of the Bible, the event is said to have occurred three days after Jesus was crucified by the Romans and died between 33 years and 36 years old. So, is resurrection and the victory over the hell, probable for Jesus Christ? God can do everything as humans do, and God can do all things that are conceivable to do. Accordingly, the story and the history of Jesus Christ can be true. Too many people have seen it, and at the empty tomb, there was an angel sent from God after Jesus Christ had made his resurrection from the dead. And people around the world, also with high education, believe or do not believe in these things. We must believe in the Christianity, if it has any importance in life, otherwise there is no point behind loving God and your fellow human beings due to the religion.

So, believing in the power of human nature, is possible and plausible for many people. And religions must be believed, since nobody can not prove many things in the religion. Hence, you can use your whole life to believe, and you determine yourself whether these beliefs are sensible, or whether it is true that Jesus Christ has saved us. In the world today, the majority of people that are believing in the religion, believe in the Christianity or the Islam nowadays.

So, what are we doing to Easter? We are celebrating it with using yellow color on things and on flowers and on people. So, what does this yellow color really mean? Yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy, but on the other, it represents cowardice and deceit. And therefore, we are using yellow color to be happy and to be using our brains to think.

Yellow color is used to mark the happiness of the human nature in nature. And we are always trying to explain the senses in the human bodies, what has been of life before us, what these lives really meant, and what functions we are doing with our lives while living as we are living. We can not think outside the sciences, but we should also explain things by using theories, methods and data. If we are outside the sciences, there are beliefs and opinions among the people being there.

What is the main message behind the Easter? It celebrates Christians' belief in the divine power of Jesus and the hope that loss leads to something new. This doesn't mean it's all gloom and doom, but Easter definitely calls for some solemn reflection among observant Christians. Luckily, many are able to make time for church services and an egg hunt or two. So, we are learning about the suffering of life to Jesus Christ, and we also learn to understand many things, and that God is operating in nature. So, the Christianity, means to believe in the trinity in God, and that Jesus Christ has saved us with his death and with the resurrection. And the funtions of the Easter, are that God is stronger than the sin, the death and the devil. And in the Easter, Jesus Christ was sacrificed as an innocent lamb. And this realization is the same all over the earth. And the humans should seek their rescue in Jesus Christ!

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