Usually Easter is considered a religious holiday, but most folks get time off and plan activities with friends and family regardless of whether or not they are religious. And there is no reason to sit around and watch the kids look for chocolate eggs while you squirm because your not really sure what you are actually celebrating- other then chocolate of course, which is kind of worth the celebration
Easter is a celebration of Jesus and his hard times at the end, sure, but its also a traditional celebration of new life and new beginnings. It coincides with Spring Equinox, and there are some really great ways to honor this time of year without lamenting Mary or Jesus’s misfortunes.
See the full article here: 5 Ways to Celebrate a Meaningful Easter Without Religion
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