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 why do we give chocolate at easter

why do we give chocolate at easter

What is Easter about? Easter is a Christian festival that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Bible says Christ died on the cross on Good Friday and came back to life three days later. Easter is on different dates each year, between 21 March and 25 April, depending on when there's a full moon in spring. There are some unusual modern traditions associated with it. Why do we have Easter eggs? A lot of us may chomp on chocolate eggs at Easter, but originally eating eggs was not allowed by the church during the week leading up to Easter (known as Holy Week). So any eggs laid that week were saved and decorated to make them "Holy Week eggs", then given to children as gifts. Victorians adapted the tradition with satin-covered cardboard eggs filled with Easter gifts. Why are Easter

 why do we need rules in society

why do we need rules in society

What is a Law? DonБt run with scissors in your hand! DonБt drive your car on the sidewalk! Do not steal your neighborБs property! How many times a day does someone tell you what to do? How often do you have to stop yourself from doing what you want, because you know that this action is prohibited or wrong? In the United States, it seems like we have laws, rules, and regulations to oversee just about everything. We donБt always like these rules, since they often mean that someone is telling us what to do, or keeping us from doing what we want. Yet to live in a civil society, we must have some rules to follow. Who gets to make these rules? Where do they come from? What happens when we break them? These are the questions this page will seek to answer for you. aws are rules that bind all

 why do we pray to jesus instead of god

why do we pray to jesus instead of god

From my perspective as a C MA Protestant Evangelical, there is no question that Jesus deferred to His Father on many occasions. Doing the Father's will and accomplishing the task Jesus came to accomplish was uppermost in His mind. "I do always those things which please the Father. " "My food is to do the will of Him who sent me and to accomplish His work. " "'I have an immersion [baptism] to undergo -- how pressured I feel till it's over! ' (Luke 12:50 CJB). "Father, let this cup pass from me; nevertheless, not my will but yours be done. " I could multiply instances of Jesus' deference to the Father's will and word. In Jesus' model prayer for His disciples, He taught us to begin prayer with these words: "Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name; Thy kingdom come, Thy will be

 why is mathilde unsatisfied at the beginning of the story

why is mathilde unsatisfied at the beginning of the story

It is hard to say, as there are different angles. It is not clearly stated when the story took place in nineteenth century Paris. if telephones were up and runn ing- and say if this was the nineties- surely that was the style- she would, methinks,call the owner of the necklace up and explain exactly what happened- how the gems were accidentally lost- my guess is then the owner would explain to Mme Loisel that there was no worry and it was costume jewelry- or ( paste) as it is described in the story- the repayment and crash dive into poverty would have never happened- Honesty is the best policy. My guess if the author wanted to make fun of (society crashers) using gimmicks- in effect inverting the Cinderella plot device. O. Henry did a similar story about a bungled inheritance scheme-

 why i m in love with you

why i m in love with you

It is that time of the year when almost every sweetheart on earth professes their respective love with extra care and affections. So why to lag behind? Go ahead a step further by professing your love for your beloved but in a different style. Make your beloved feel special in your own personalised styles. Point out to your beloved 100 reasons as to why you love your beloved the most and what are the special characteristics that your beloved holds, which definitely acts as a charmer. Once you point out, you sure to outshine and become the sole rule of your belovedвs heart! So go ahead and start conquering your loverвs heart and soul. Every year around this time men and women seem to want to get a little closer, their eyes get a little glossier, their hands holder a little tighter. Love

 why do the british drink so much tea

why do the british drink so much tea

A bowler hat, a posh accent telling one to Бcarry on,Б and a cuppa are all stereotypical images of British identity. However, it turns out that tea is not be as inherently British as you may have imagined. Although itБs relatively common knowledge that we have the Chinese to thank for tea, it was actually a woman named Catherine of Braganza who popularized the beverage in England. Related: In 1662, Catherine (who was the daughter of PortugalБs King John IV) married BritainБs King Charles II. Catherine was specifically chosen for her fatherБs connections Б Б and wealth. In addition to the ports, CatherineБs dowry included several trunks of luxury items popular with the Portuguese aristocracy, including several crates of loose leaf tea,. ...

 why do they eat dogs in china

why do they eat dogs in china

Taiwan has banned the after a series of cruelty cases that caused widespread outrage. The new Animal Protection Act will see anyone selling, eating or buying the animals for consumption facing fines of up to бе6,500. Those found guilty of animal cruelty could also receive a huge fine of бе52,000 and two years in prison. Taiwan is the first Asian country to crack down on the practice. The new law tackles long-standing cultural beliefs about the benefits of eating dogs - for example, eating black dogs in winter is supposed to help you stay warm. It was pushed through by President Tsai Ing-wen, who adopted three retired guide dogs last year and also has two cats, named Cookie and A-Tsai. So what about the rest of the continent? The practice of eating cats and dogs has become less common as

 why do women like to be tied up

why do women like to be tied up

I love being tied up, not w/ duct tape either. Ropes, handcuffs or anything else but duct tape. It can be very erotic to be tied up and lose all control and can also be fun to be the one in total control! Its called exploring your sexual side! There is nothing wrong with adding excitment to sex! You have to change things up, dont let sex become a boring routine. As adults we need to be open minded sexually w/ our partner. Go buy you some sex toys and some hand cuffs. Do not be afraid to touch your self if you are afraid to touch your self and please yourself then how can you tell you lover to please you. Have fun who is gonna know but you and your partner! Chances are if it turns you on it will turn them on! MEN claim that women are complicated and that we do not know what we want, but I

 why does my body itch when i sweat

why does my body itch when i sweat

I was having this problem myself and I discovered that one of the most common causes was simply having dry skin. You can usually rule out water allergy, allergy to your own sweat, or an allergic reaction to most skin products if you don t have any kind of hives, welts, or redness. Those will normally be present, at least temporarily, in a true allergy. br / If your skin is dry and you start sweating, the salt from your sweat becomes an irritant, which then causes the itching. Keeping your skin hydrated, inside and out, will help to prevent the itch. Drink plenty of fluids, including replacing those lost electrolytes. Use a hypoallergenic lotion. When you do sweat, wipe off with a damp cloth, and make sure to change damp clothes or bedsheets so that the salt isn t sitting against your

 why do we get a flu shot every year

why do we get a flu shot every year

SOURCES: CDC: "Estimating Seasonal Influenza-Associated Deaths in the United States: CDC Study Confirms Variability of Flu. " National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: "Flu (Influenza): What Are Seasonal Flu, Avian (Bird) Flu and Pandemic Flu? " American Lung Association: "Cold and Flu Guidelines: Influenza. " FDA/CFAN: "What consumers need to know about avian influenza. " American Academy of Family Physicians: "Bird Flu (Avian Flu). " GlaxoSmithKline. News release, FDA. P P This year's annual flu shot will offer protection against the H1N1 flu virus, in addition to two other influenza viruses that are expected to be in circulation this flu season. A vaccine that protects against four strains of the virus will also be available, as will a high-dose flu vaccine for adults age