Easter Egg

Easter is the most important in christen society and celebrate the every corner in the world. Easter falls in the spring, the annual time of renewal, when the earth renovates itself after a long, cold winter. An Easter word comes from the Norsemen's Eostur, Eastar, Ostara, and Ostar, and the pagan goddess Eostre, all of which involve the season of the new birth and growing sun.

The Easter egg carries with it a history of beliefs and traditions. Easter egg rolls hunt are the best ways to remember childhood memories. Many people have amazing memories of Easter egg hunts and rolls they take part in eagerly as children, every one hoping to collect the most eggs or win the race. The Easter egg hunt is an ideal time to honored tradition which entertains to both children and adults. Often on Easter, families come together, and everyone likes to hide Easter Eggs for children to find. Easter egg is a symbol for fertility and re-birth.

People decorate of Easter eggs in creative ways. They are also present to friends and loved ones, and have come to represent a symbol of friendship. Different traditional games are also played with the Easter eggs, like the annual egg hunt. Colored eggs are also another important part of traditional Easter gift baskets. Easter egg traditions contain various games, such as the Easter egg roll, a speed competition in which hard-boiled eggs are pushed along with a spoon; rolling eggs down steep slopes; and the most popular Easter egg hunt. Easter is a perfect time of reverence in Christian religion. Children love playing with Easter eggs, and getting new attire for church on this big day.