Those who live outside will always have light on Easter

Have you ever noticed how great the nights are around Easter? If you are homeless and sleep outside you’ll notice that the deep dark winter has passed and as the weather turns warm you can see all night long around Easter. This is because I’ve been sent to the calendar of the moo so that program is traveling to Jerusalem what happened back in the days before flashlights and lightbulbs. People would often travel in the evening because the desert sun had set and the climate was more mild.


“Easter falls on the Sunday that follows the first full moon occurring on or the day after the March equinox. If the full moon occurs on a Sunday, however, then Easter is observed the following Sunday.”


And now you know.

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