LEGEND OF THE EASTER RABBIT

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History tells us that when Jesus was buried in the tomb had been hiding a rabbit that looked like people were crying at the sight of our Lord died and the rabbit was sad for his mert.

It took a long time watching, wondering who this man seeria by all those who cried and suddenly saw Jesus rose and bent savannas that had wrapped.
An angel removed the stone that sealed the sepulcroy Jesus left alive.

The rabbit understood that all those who cried was the son of God, Jesus and realized that I had to warn everyone that Jesus had risen.

But as wise not to speak, decided to paint an egg for all to understand, understand the message of rebirth, resurrection, the message of joy of life.

Since then every Easter Sunday, the rabbit comes out carrying eggs painted in colors, for every house to remind the world that Jesus Christ was resurrected, is alive and that we must live this day with joy, with faith and hope

LEYENDA DEL CONEJO DE PASCUAS

Cuenta la historia que cuando a Jesucristo lo enterraron en el sepulcro habia quedado un conejo escondido que veia como las personas lloraban al ver a nuestro señor muerto y estaba el conejo triste por su merte.

Paso mucho rato mirandolo, preguntandose, quien seeria ese señor por quienes todos lloraban y de pronto vio como Jesus se levantaba y doblaba las sabanas que lo habian envuelto.
Un angel quito la piedra que sellaba el sepulcro y Jesus salio vivo.

El conejo comprendio que ese por quienes todos lloraban era el hijo de Dios, Jesus y se dio cuenta que tenia que avisarles a todos que Jesus habia resucitado.

Pero como no sabia hablar, decidio llevar un huevo pintado para que todos pudieran entenderlo, entenderian el mensaje de renacimiento, de resurrecion, el mensaje de vida de alegria.

Desde entonces cada Domingo de Pascua, el conejo sale llevando huevos pintados, de colores, para todas las casas para recordarle al mundo, que Jesucristo resucito, que esta vivo y que hay que vivir este dia con alegria, con fe y esperanza

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