Easter Is a Religious Holiday
Posted by languageandgrammar on April 2, 2010
This is completely off topic, but I think it’s important.
In a country with religious freedom, there is a difference between religious holidays (even those celebrated by a majority of people) and national holidays (applicable to all citizens).
Easter is a religious holiday, and thanks to Frume Sarah for the reminder: Apparent Obfuscation.
Some people do not celebrate (and are not interested in) religious holidays; remember (and respect) that when greeting strangers (or acquaintances whose religious affiliation you don’t know) this weekend.
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