Happy Eastern!
Happy Eastern!
. 8 April 2004
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Húsvétról Gyerekszemmel

Húsvét elött ha a gyerekekkel búzát ültetünk, a búza megfigyelése erösiti bennünk, hogy nem a külsö nagyság a fontos, hanem a bennünk lévö csíra ereje. A búza csírázásának, növekedésének figyelemmel kísérése segít megtanulni várakozni. Összeköt múltat és jövö.

A húsvéti nyúl nem közönséges mezei vagy házinyúl. Láthatatlan, külsö hatalommal bír. Önfeláldozó, éber, az Én szimbóluma.

Húsvét után négy hétig még a Húsvéthoz kapcsolódó idösszakot élünk. Ilyenkor kedvezö az idö; az elemekkel való találkozásra: ásás, locsolás, ugrókötelezés, takarítás

Babits Mihály:Húsvét elött

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GoalJet Aviation Wishing To All Customers Happy Easter!

Easter's History
The Christian festival of Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The spring festival has its roots in the Jewish Passover, which commemorates Israel's deliverance from the bondage of Egypt, and in the Christian reinterpretation of its meaning after the crucifixion of Jesus during the Passover of AD c.30 and the proclamation of his resurrection three days later.

Early Christians observed Easter on the same day as Passover (14-15 Nisan, a date governed by a lunar calendar). In the 2d century, the Christian celebration was transferred to the Sunday following the 14-15 Nisan, if that day fell on a weekday. Originally, the Christian Easter was a unitive celebration, but in the 4th century Good Friday became a separate commemoration of the death of Christ, and Easter was thereafter devoted exclusively to the resurrection. According to the Venerable Bede, the name Easter is derived from the pagan spring festival of the Anglo- Saxon goddess Eostre, and many folk customs associated with Easter (for example, Easter eggs) are of pagan origin

Easter Day is currently determined as the first Sunday after the full moon on or after March 21. The Eastern Orthodox churches, however, follow the Julian rather than the Gregorian calendar, so their celebration usually falls several weeks later than the Western Easter. Easter is preceded by the period of preparation called Lent.

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Good Friday

Good Friday is the Christian commemoration of the death of Jesus Christ, observed on the Friday before Easter. Originally, it was a day of fasting in preparation for the unitive celebration of the death- resurrection-exaltation of Jesus; no liturgy was held on that day.

In the 4th century, at Jerusalem, a procession was staged from Gethsemane to the sanctuary of the cross, followed by readings about the passion. This was the beginning of the Good Friday observance as it is now known. In the Catholic tradition, the liturgy of the day consists of reading the passion, the ceremony of the veneration of the cross, and communion from the sacrament consecrated the day before. The service of preaching on the seven last words, of Jesuit origin, has become popular in Protestantism.


Our good wish for you with the next poem PETER COTTONTAIL

Here comes Peter Cottontail, Hoppin' down the bunny trail, Hippity, hoppity, Easter's on its way. Bringin' every girl and boy Baskets full of Easter joy, Things to make your Easter bright and gay. He's got jelly beans for Tommy, Colored eggs for sister Sue, There's an orchid for your Mommy And an Easter bonnet, too.

Oh! here comes Peter Cottontail, Hoppin' down the bunny trail, Hippity hoppity, Happy Easter day. Here comes Peter Cottontail, Hoppin' down the bunny trail, Look at him stop, and listen to him say: "Try to do the things you should." Maybe if you're extra good, He'll roll lots of Easter eggs your way.

You'll wake up on Easter morning And you'll know that he was there When you find those choc'late bunnies That he's hiding ev'rywhere. Oh! here comes Peter Cottontail, Hoppin' down the bunny trail, Hippity hoppity,

Happy Easter day!

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Easter Receips to make your holiday sweeter!

Green Coconut Nests Green Coconut Nests are a fun and easy Easter treat to make! You will need: ˇ 1 pound green chocolate coating ˇ 1 7 oz. package flaked or shredded coconut How to Make Your Green Coconut Nests. In the top of a double boiler, melt coating over hot, not boiling, water. Add coconut and mix together well. Add very small amounts of water to coconut mixture until it thickens enough to hold shapes. Form into small nests by making mounds and then hollowing them out with the bowl of a spoon. Fill nests with jelly beans or molded chocolates. Makes 8 nests.

Easter Egg Salad Utensils: small bowl, measuring spoons and cups, spoon or fork for mixing, serrated knife 1 3-oz. package of gelatin-- any flavor 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1/2 cup finely chopped celery and carrots 12 egg shells Lettuce Mayonnaise Mix gelatin in bowl according to package instructions. Add the lemon juice and vegetables; stir. Using raw eggs, break the shells very carefully, so that just the tip of the shell is broken when the egg is removed. Dry the shells, then pour the fruit salad into the opening. Cover the hole with cellophane or adhesive tape, and set into custard or muffin cups. Chill until the gelatin is firm (overnight if possible). Then break away the egg shell, place on lettuce, and top with mayonnaise.

How to Make Your Easter Ham Combine syrup, vinegar and mustard. Place ham, fat side up, on rack in shallow roasting pan. Pour about 1/2 cup mixture over ham and bake, uncovered, in a preheated 325 degree oven for 1-1/2 hours. Baste every 30 minutes with additional sauce. Remove ham from oven and score fat into diamond shapes. Insert a clove into each diamond. Bake ham an additional 30 minutes or until a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of meat registers 140 degrees. Let ham rest 15 minutes before carving. Makes 10 to 12 servings.

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