On the Monday after Easter, the local people go to the cemetery to spend time with love ones – both those that have passed away and those that are still alive. Bringing food and drinks, a family feast is held near the decorated grave. Eggs are dyed deep red to symbolize the blood of Christ, and taken to the cemetery the day after Easter to roll across the graves. And also to crack against others’ eggs to see whose egg is the strongest! Please pray that as people finish up the Easter Holidays with this tradition that many would ponder the truth of Easter and find the power of the resurrected Christ to be real in their lives.