Holidays are celebrations! See how the world celebrates year round.
Beltaine, or May Day, is one of the Celtic Fire Festivals, and marks the halfway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice.
The Summer Solstice, also known as Midsummer, is the longest day of the year, and is celebrated on, or around, June 21. A day of light and joy, it's also a time when faery energies can be found in abundance!
First celebrated in 1621, Thanksgiving is one of the busiest and most popular holidays celebrated here in the United States. Why not spend this Thanksgiving giving thanks? When we express the emotion of gratitude we can actually strengthen our immune system!
Reflections of Autumn
There is something very special about the arrival of fall. The days are getting shorter, and a faint chill is in the air. We pull out our favorite sweaters and find our favorite blankets. We are drawn to the comfort of the hearth, and have a desire to reconnect to our friends and family.
St. Valentine's Day
Around the world lovers are gearing up for the most romantic holiday of all. But where did this holiday come from?
The Miracle of Autumn
Autumn is a season of little miracles. Change is in the air and you can feel it.
The Secret of Christmas
A special feeling infuses us at this time of year; a feeling of love, compassion and hope. But many times this feeling quickly dissolves after the holidays. Discover how you can carry this feeling with you throughout the year.
The Spirit of the Holiday Season
In the hustle and bustle to get everything done, the value and the spirit of the holiday season can easily be forgotten.
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Since ancient times, midwinter has been considered a sacred time of year, and the return of the light is celebrated.
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