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Eggs, Rabbits, Jesus—and Egg-hunting with a Twist

BRIGHT AND lurid. That’s the typical Easter egg—hard-boiled and painted over in vivid hues of pink, blue, green, yellow, purple—everything. It was not as cheerful long, long ago. The Easter egg was dyed blood-red to signify the blood of Christ. Imagine children today running around, bright-eyed, foraging for objects that put torture and suffering to …

From Easter to Summer: Hot Spots!

EASTER: the herald of many things. Restored hope, forgiveness, and new life; for those of a Christian bent. Painted eggs hidden in bushes, decorated hats and baskets, white bunnies with pink ears; for those of a Hallmark-card bent. Spring or summer; according to the hemisphere in which you live. In this part of the world …

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