The Winter Solstice Is Not Reflected in the Way We Celebrate Christmas

This is a time to go within, remember, and create new memories.

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The heritage of Christmas is the Winter Solstice, when the days begin to move away from the dark into the light, the light increasing minute by minute each day.




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Marilyn Regan

Marilyn Regan

Marilyn is a writer, yogi, and spiritual medium. Her favorite people are animals, especially ones that meow. She loves the ocean and hates one-use plastic.

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