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Why do we paint eggs at Easter? What is a Bunny Looking for in a Fairy? It is better to prepare for these and similar requests beforehand. We have made a little summary of Easter customs and symbols.
We create a cheerful atmosphere
During the "Feasting Holiday" - whether you're painting eggs or just watering - we can involve children in a number of interesting programs, preconceptions, and Jesus Christ is celebrating the Resurrection. But there are also many traditions associated with Easter that make it an important ceremony for non-religious families, as well as celebrating the holiday itself. It means getting ready for the holidays - both mentally and physically. The day before Easter, and the Sunday before the Passover, is the feast day of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, and they usually hold a pilgrimage. A week or so, and Easter Sunday, there are Masses and services throughout the country. Rбadбsul There are also many habits and traditions that the little ones are eager to engage with, they trade where they can succeed. And, of course, there is also an opportunity to tell them - irrespective of religion - what we celebrate at this time and the origin of what we do every year.
Cool egg painting
Halloween wateringEven more cool is the sprinkling of Easter Monday. In the countryside, the red-breasted version is not infrequent, but in many places it is now more fragrant or less fragrant (often specially for this occasion) with a regular house for the father, boy, and friends. The habit is based on water-linked, clean, productive power.According to the classic Scrapbook, the girls give red water to the watered-down exchange - the boys symbolizing love, life. Frequently, new arrivals are planted, it is cheap, and it is not uncommon for children to get some money in exchange for a "heartbeat". Another common element of watering is the watering can, which is passed down from generation to generation, and of course, every year produces the newest ones. Kids are easy to learn and most of the time they are successful.
But how does the bunny get in the picture?One of the symbols of Easter is the arrow beside the egg. Arrуl's wondering whаt thіѕ іѕ οwn іѕ οnlу. According to some sources, Articles 16-17. It was the turn of the century to celebrate the Easter holiday in Germany, so it was avoided. But they arrull indicate that it was only through some luck that one of the "characters" of Easter became the bunny. The animal the symbol of fertility, and he has to lay his head, because the kind of rabbit drawn on Easter does not live in the old, but he makes the light for himself. Even though little ones tend to love animals, instead of buying them one for the holiday, we'd rather go to a pet petting party. (They are made in several places at Easter.)More articles from hsvétrуl:
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