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I don't pay attention to special days on the calender like I used to (but I should)...so it being the solstice explains why tonight I went outside at 9:15 pm and there still seemed to be some daylight left! Ha! I was amazed by it, but didn't make the connection.
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Julia, are you going to do 108 Sun Salutations? I have never done so many (at one time). I think it is a wonderful tradition.
Edited by: PETALIA at: 6/19/2012 (15:54)
Happy Solstice backatcha! I shall celebrate with a series of Sun Salutation in yoga class tonight.
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Happily vegetarian for 40 years.
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Happy Solstice! The longest day or the shortest day (depending on where you are) of the year is upon us. Any celebrations, festivities, feasts, or fasts?
For me, the solstice asserts my sense of connection to this planet, this universe, my minuscule smallness in relation to our earth and space. Here, it marks the end of spring, the beginning of summer. Eating plants from this earth which is ours, for me pleasure, delight, and reflection.