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When do you give Easter eggs?
ALL THE TIMe well tecnically in the spring when the flowers bloom and you see a really big bunny hopping down the bunny trail
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Very simply, Christians have eggs at Easter because pagans used to celebrate the coming of spring with eggs (which were a sign of new life and rebirth). When Christianity spre…ad and conquered pagan cultures, the old customs got absorbed into the new religion. This process is called "religious syncretism."
we eat Easter eggs at Easter to celebrate new life.
It symbolizes a new birth and renewal.
- Easter Sunday An Easter Egg is a sign of new life, it used to be prohibited food for Catholics during Lent. Ya Man
the one you made yourself
so that we can celebrate how christ came back to earth and its on a Sunday because that was the day god rested. do you get the pattern now?
it represents new life like when Mary went to go see Jesus he was gone and everyone believed he was then a spirit so it represents new life
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The ancient Egyptians, Persians, Phoenicians, and Hindus allbelieved the world began with an enormous egg, thus the egg as asymbol of new life has been around for eons. The pa…rticulars mayvary, but most cultures around the world use the egg as a symbol ofnew life and rebirth. A notation in the household accounts ofEdward I of England showed an expenditure of eighteen pence for 450eggs to be gold-leafed and colored for Easter gifts. The first bookto mention Easter eggs by name was written five hundred years ago.Yet, a North African tribe that had become Christian much earlierin time had a custom of colouring eggs at Easter. Long hard wintersoften meant little food, and a fresh egg for Easter was quite aprize. Later, Christians abstained from eating meat during theLenten season prior to Easter. Easter was the first chance to enjoyeggs and meat after the long abstinence. Some European children go from house to house begging for Eastereggs, much like halloween trick-or-treaters. Called pace-egging, itcomes from the old word for Easter, Pasch. Many oldcultures also attributed the egg with great healing powers. It isinteresting to note that eggs play almost no part in the Eastercelebrations of Mexico, South America, and Native American Indiancultures. Egg-rolling contests are a symbolic re-enactment of therolling away of the stone from Christ's tomb. The decoration ofsmall leaf-barren branches as Easter egg trees has become a popularcustom in the United States since the 1990s.
Can't be all so certain why people give chocolate eggs at Easter, but a guess is that eggs represent new birth and spring is a time for newborns. Also chocolate eggs are a tre…at.
makes bulk eggs for next year
well think about it this way what if the Easter bunny gave out chocolate carrots? I mean sure there chocolate but you probably couldn't help but think you're eating vegetables… no matter what the taste, plus when you eat half a hollow egg you can pt milk in the rest and it kinda tastes like chocolate milk!
because its a holiday.everybody has treats to celebrate on holiday?!
he does because when Easter is here he gives out candy and eggs, so ma bye he wanted to combine them
It's an ancient Babylonian festival, the Feast of Ishtar, that so-called Christians started celebrating in the 4th century.