Easter is a Christian religious event whose name derives from the Hebrew word Pessach and is intimately tied, symbolically, to the concept of passage. It is considered by the church as the most import feast of Christianity. Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his death by crucifixion, which is thought to have occurred in the year 30 or 33 AD. For Christians this is a moment of reflection and renewal of vows of faith, and is celebrated with the family.
Petal: Generally the most showy part of the flower. Petals product the core of the flower and, when colorful, serve to attract pollinating insects towards the stamens and pistils. A flower can present few petals, like the flowers of several dayflowers, with only 3 petals) or several (like roses). The group of petals in a flower is called a corolla. (Also see sepal, stamen, pistil, flower and corolla).