Michael Jackson - Easter Egg Hunt At Neverland

 Michael Jackson - Easter Egg Hunt At Neverland

Happy Easter Everyone . Hope you all are having a good time with your friends and family .

On Easter Sunday millions of us will be tucking into delicious chocolate eggs as the Christian world celebrates.
But while many will be at least vaguely familiar with the story of Easter, its relation to eating mountains of oval-shaped chocolate treats is less clear.
So how did it come about?

Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus after his crucifixion.
Christians believe Jesus was crucified on Good Friday and rose again three days later. The three days are known as the Easter Triduum.

Here is a  clip from ‘Michael Jackson’s Private Home Movies’, aired in 2003, of Michael and his friends having a fun Easter Egg hunt at Neverland Valley Ranch in 1991.

Even before the birth of Christianity, the egg was seen as a symbol of Spring, a celebration of the rebirth and re invigoration after the harshness of winter.

The tradition survives today in the shape of egg rolling, representing the rolling away of the rock from Jesus' tomb.
The introduction of chocolate eggs is a relatively new phenomenon, originating in France and Germany in the 19th century.

Nowadays Easter is a big deal commercially - retailers and manufacturers love to get in on the holiday and persuade us to part with our cash by buying Easter eggs, cards and anything depicting bunnies.

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