If you're a Christian, then the events of Easter are extremely important to you, because Christ fulfilling his promise to rise up from the grave is what your faith is based on. (At least I think so.) If you're not a Christian, then celebrate the hope and loving self-sacrifice expressed by the Easter story.
As for me, I believe that ultimately we all worship the same Higher-Power, and that the differences in the various religions are like the different descriptions given of an elephant by the blind men.
If you're an atheist ....... well, then God help you! As the old joke goes:
Nietzsche: God is dead.
God: No. Nietzsche is dead!
Grump slept in late this morning, nearly making us all late for church. We had a nice buffet luncheon at the church after church services, then once back home Grump climbed into bed again, and snoozed for an hour or so.
Meanwhile Sweetie painted her fingernails and toenails. She looks really sexy now!
After waking Grump up, we went to Texas Roadhouse at the Riverside Mall for an early dinner.
Lola and Kuya were fascinated by the free roasted peanuts.
Dodong was fascinated by the arrival of the next table's food!