The church is getting better about observing (or recovering) lent. There are number of resources, ideas, possibilities for people to engage with intentionally (or half-heartedly) over the 40 days.
There is little or nothing for the 50 days of Easter.
How do we live Easter or to use Wendell Berry's wonderful phrase 'practice resurrection'?
Easter tends to pass us by.
We get to to the summit of resurrection day and then drift along until Pentecost, or maybe Ascension.
What are Easter habits?
Lent is hard work, should Easter be a rest? After all, the disciples went fishing or at least were fairly quiet until Pentecost. Should Easter be a break (many clergy often need one), and then at Pentecost, when we pick up the work of again, (empowered by the Spirit)?
Its easier to preach Lent, than it is to preach Easter, or that is it what it can feel like.
So any ideas for 50 ways to live Easter?