Joy here. Merry Christmas- one day late. I enjoyed a mellow one this year. Since I’ve moved to California from the east coast, Chritmas has been a relatively low-key affair. Flights are expensive, traveling is hectic, friends have other plans … plus the end of the year generally finds me sleepy, reflective, quiet, and not particularly motivated to do much at all. One friend recently pointed out how ironic it is that we are expected to DO so much during the holidays – attending dinners, parties, exchanges, and cocktail hours; shopping; baking; visiting – during a time when our bodies seem to be telling us to lay low.
The 21st of December is the day of Yule. The longest night. It is the celebration of the return of the light, and a first shimmering hope that spring will come to the land with the increase of daylight in the months to come.
Hiya Pinkies, Please welcome back to the mainstage Pink God, wise healer, and good friend Fred Krazeise, here with a piece he wrote over the summer (but is just as timely now - if not more so) about health care and wellness in the US.Read More...