I’m re-sending this out because a personal situation has so scattered my thoughts that writing a new blog for solstice is probably not going to happen.
I published this blog originally for Winter Solstice (northern hemisphere version) in 2012, and I think it may be worth another look from any or all of you who follow my blog this year too. So I’m republishing it . . . .
In any event, I wish anybody reading this (well, in reality I wish this for people who don’t read or follow my blog too) a truly happy holiday season and the best of new years. And, remember, if you live in the southern hemisphere, just put this aside for six months and read it in June. Be well.
Today is the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere on our planet. Among many things, today neo-Druids celebrate the returning of the sun at henges throughout the British Isles, but most particularly at Stonehenge; while others who may have listened too much to strange folk misinterpreting the Mayan…
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