Easter Greetings:

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SB-blog-010-300x237We celebrated Passover with a seder and my husband celebrates Easter so we hid some eggs for the kids. In my bath on Sunday I was thinking about what Easter means. The image of Jesus came up with him saying, ‘I am what I am.’ I got the message that people may be afraid of differences and will try to judge, shame and change you but you need to remember who you are. Also remember that no matter how different others are, they too are children of God. I thought it was good to tell my kids the real message of Easter afterwards—instead of just having it be about chocolate and bunnies.

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