Celebrate the Winter Solstice on December 21

Winter is a time to be quiet and introspective. Longer periods of darkness give us more time to rest and be reflective. When we stop to celebrate the winter solstice, we remember that our lives are always changing—just like the seasons.

To celebrate this day, watch the sunset or sunrise, go on a hike or walk a Labyrinth, make an evergreen wreath for your front door, sit by a bonfire or light a candle. Whichever ritual or activity you choose, use this time to offer gratitude for the darkness that is here, and the light that is coming.

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