The Easter Lily

   A popular symbol of the Easter festival, the white lily is held as the traditional Easter Flower and represents love and hope.  The single flower stem originating from a bulb represents the resurrection of Christ three days after his apparent death by crucifixion.  Legend has it that white lilies were grown at the place where drops of blood fell from Jesus Christ's body.  Some Catholic nations regard white lilies as the symbol of the purity and divinity of Jesus Christ and dedicate them to his mother, Virgin Mary.  This is the reason why churches are decorated with white lilies during Easter.

Gifting white lilies to someone during this time indicates that are very happy to be acquainted  with the recipient.  Giving yellow lilies to a person represents your request or advice to him/her to "live for the moment".

Jo-Anne Larre

Jo-Anne Larre

CENTURY 21 Fusion
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