I like the colors, symbols, and all the religious and spiritual connections. I think rabbits must be a personal totem of mine, because although I’m allergic to them, they fascinate and attract me. I’m like Alice wanting to follow the white rabbit down the hole (a shamanic idea if ever there was one).

Easter by any name truly is a celebration of life and continuation, and it feeds my Spring Fever. I wish people wouldn’t care so much about which religion “owns” any holiday. I think we all own them all.

2 comments on “Easter

  1. Silvia says:

    Hi, Barbara. You’ve added me to your friend’s LJ list once, and I’ve added you too, but to this day I don’t know who you are. Still, I like to read your posts, and I like this blog of yours. And I enjoyed this particular text a lot!

    Silvia (a_estrela)

  2. Barbara says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Silvia.

    Who am I? That’s sometimes a difficult question, even for me. I have red hair and brown eyes, I’m in my late 40’s, married with no children. I grew up in Southern California, and I’m an aspiring novelist. I have a lifelong interest in spirituality and, for the past seventeen years or so, Tarot.