“Learning how to say happy Easter in Spanish is one thing, but if you really want to be able to celebrate this holiday the way that you are supposed to then you are going to have to understand why it is called happy Easter day in the first place. You should be more than willing to take the time to learn about the different traditions that are celebrated on this holiday and what their meanings are.
Happy Easter day has become a huge thing around the world, but we have to remember it for what it really is, a religious holiday. It has been commercialized so much with different candies and the Easter bunny, but in all actuality it was about Jesus and is one of the most religious holidays for several religions.
Happy Easter day does have different customs and traditions depending on the culture celebrating it, and so you need to be aware of different cultures and of what different people do to celebrate the holidays, including happy Easter day.
Taking a look at the Secular Easter traditions first, the Easter egg hunts are probably one of the most timeless of all traditions here. They take place all around the world from the United Kingdom to Switzerland and Canada, and there is even an annual Easter egg hunt at the White House in Washington in the United States.
Then there is also the Easter bunny on happy Easter day which is a made up character associated with the holiday whom children are told comes around and leaves them candy on Easter morning. It is a fun idea for the kids and they love it and love waking up and seeing all the candy that they have.
For Christians, Easter is the oldest and most important of all traditions and remains a closely religious one. Passover takes place one week in remembrance of the exodus of the Jews from Egypt.
It is important that we all learn as many details as we can about all the different Easter customs, so that we can be respectable to other people`s cultures and make sure that they are going to be respected and have a great time. The most important thing on Easter is to be kind to others and to be happy for what you have. You don’t have to believe in the Easter bunny, but if you are religious at all then you should celebrate Easter.”