Today, Easter is celebrated by many people all over the world. Easter Sunday and the days preceding it are holy days filled with religious customs and prayers honoring the death and resurrection of Jesus for practicing Christians. However, many others associate Easter with secular symbols (think brightly colored eggs and chocolate bunnies) that have nothing to do with today’s solemn religious celebrations.One of the most prominent Easter characters is inevitably the Easter Bunny. The Easter version of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, visits the homes of sleeping children hiding baskets full of chocolate and jellybeans for Easter morning. From what I’ve learned at Church, no Easter Bunny (or any similar character) witnessed the resurrection or showed up anywhere in the Bible.