Jesus would feel about Easter the same way he felt about the money-changers in the Temple!
Easter is a pagan holiday celebrated before Christ came to earth. Whoever tells you that its the date Jesus was resurrected is telling a lie, and what does God say about lies? see 2 Thess 2:9-11
Unfortunately, when the pagan Roman government took over the early Christian congregation in 325 a.d., they forced all the Christians to begin participating in their pagan festivals to false gods. It is something that "the only true God" (John 17:3) considers "the unclean thing" (2 Cor 6:17)
Some folks dont know exactly what they are doing or why. many have been decieved into practicing rituals that actually were designed to honor false gods. it is important for anyone who believes anything to really know what they are doing and why, not just have blind faith that what they are told is correct. The One whom Jesus worships and calls "the only true God" (John 17:3) inspired the entire Bible and celebrating pagan rooted holidays under the deception of christianity is like spray-painting a dog turd gold and then trying to sell it to God as a precious metal!
There is only *ONE* Holy day designated for true Christians. It is the commemoration of the 'last supper' which is the Passover night Jesus sacrificed his life for humans who "do the will of my Father"--Matthew 7:21
Christ was born in the flesh into the line of God's then chosen people. He was a Jew and the Jews held the Passover in Christ's time on their calendar month of Nisan, day 14 (which corresponds to April 2nd, 2007) This was the most Holy day of the year for Christ when he was on earth. This was the anniversary of the day the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Acts 3:13) Jehovah forced Pharaoh to finally free His people from slavery. Passover occurs on the full moon which is 14 days after the first new moon visible in Jerusalem following the vernal equinox. All throughout the Hebrew Scriptures (the old testament) a savior/messiah is prophesied to come right about the time Y'hshua/Jesus (the son of God) was sent to earth by YHVH/Jehovah (his Father). It was very significant that Jesus sacrificed his life for mankind on the Jewish Passover. He was the sacrificial Lamb of God, the final Passover sacrifice (1 Corinthians 5:8; Hebrews 9:19-10:4) As the mirror image of his Father Jehovah's qualities, he proved that Jehovah is fair, just and loving and could resurrect the dead, which He will do on Judgement Day (John 5:28, 29; Revelation 21:3)
So, each year on the 14th day after the first new moon following the vernal equinox every true Christian observes the *only* Holy day Jesus Christ directly asked us to observe (Luke 22:19) on the anniversary of same exact day he gave his life for us...
not xmas, not easter, not st. pattys day, not good friday, not st. valentines day, etc (do a Google search on the true origins of those "holidays") but the day on which the only-begotten son of "the only true God" Jehovah (John 17:3) gave his life for those of humankind who choose the Kingdom of his Father over human self-rule (Matthew 7:21-23)
1 John 2:15
2 Corinthians 4:4
1 John 5:19