The Meaning Deep Behind The Holiday

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Submitted: March 26, 2016

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You hunt, and color eggs we splurge on  candy, envision a bunny at the door 

 
But as we get older we should really understand this day, and why we kneel on the floor; 
 
For I believe this is the most important religious day of the year
 
Jesus resurrection from the tomb, and accession to the sky, that he died for our sins, to his apostles accomplishing the mission, his answer in what had been done had sent us something clear 
 
 
So at some point a moment in the day think back to all those centuries ago 
 
A man who lived by love, spread word of peace and had love inside him as everlasting as his beauty's glow; 
 
For we think back what he did, dying for our sins, and treating us the way to live on this earth 
 
To treat others as you would like to be treated, to have love in your heart for the enemies who spite you, yet pray for them in church 
 
 
I don't know where our world is going, nor does anyone here know when Christ will resurrect again 
 
But shall it be, we should be weary of the false prophets coming to rule over, stick with our lord and have faith and upon the sky's we shall ascend; 
 
Holidays are placed over holy days as Christmas, Easter and such
 
The reason those holidays are in existence, is because the most high had presence on the days in question, believe not in me but just have faith in the lord above we trust 
 
 
I think this is a matter of importance to just remember that the holidays we celebrate, have such deeper, long lasting significance 
 
And with deep rooted love, we feel in our hearts that for so many reasons we know the truth, by faith, by love and the hearts pounding pure blissfulness 


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