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knees. We had been going steady for almost two years when in 1991 we got married at Avalon on my fifty-fourth, winter solstice , birthday. Troy gave me away, and Vanessa was maid of honor. A week later Ted was Time magazine's Person of
The true origin of Christmas was more likely the winter solstice —when, after a long autumn of increasing darkness ..... Japan, China and Ireland celebrated the day of the winter solstice , too, because light equals life. For the same reason
with the human condition throughout history. Turn to the spiritual teachings of Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, winter solstice and the lesser-known December holidays. You probably didn't know that December 8 is Rohatsu, which commemorates
Christian congregations, mostly United Methodist churches. The services take place on or near December 21, the winter solstice , marking the time when darkness begins to turn into light. And they attempt to connect suffering with the message
ethnic heritage. I explained that their ancestors were Celtic and Scandinavian, so we should probably observe the winter solstice , maybe by—I dunno—wearing Viking helmets, painting our faces blue, and eating venison. I was joking
one's sure of that) but because it fell near one of the most sacred celebrations on the European calendar, the winter solstice . And so the event many of us mark with our most effusive celebration is not the new life of spring or the lushness