Winter Solstice, 2018

The longest night and shortest day of the year…and I reflect on what this year has brought into my life, and I feel blessed. It has been challenging, at times, but not as difficult as other times in my life. I have friends and family that are close and far, but all dear and they help to carry the weight of these challenges with me. I am powered by the sun…my being…my household…my sleeping and waking patterns. Tomorrow the light is reborn. I celebrate this Yule time with you. Whatever one’s religion, we can all agree that the lengthening of the days that begins tomorrow is reason to celebrate. I wish for us all lengthening days and stability in our world. Blessed be.

Dave Egbert posted this on his FB page, and it fits with this day and how I feel about it, so I borrow it for the day. Thanks, Dave.

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~ by bigsurkate on December 21, 2018.

5 Responses to “Winter Solstice, 2018”

  1. Well said Kate.

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  2. Haloluyah. Be Thankful.

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  3. Kate,

    Very nice ! Best in the New Year.

    Chris

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  5. A day late, but wishing you a peaceful and serene coming winter!

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