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    Yule

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    Yule is also known as Yule Tide, Mid Winter, Christmas, Xmas, Festival of Sol, Pagan New Year. Yule is the Winter Solstice and it’s a good time for reflection, resolutions and renewals. Yule is a good time for giving loved ones and friends giving gifts, it’s a great time to send acts of kindness out into the world and good will. At Yule time Wiccans and other witches hold rituals to celebrate the balance of light and dark, the warmth from the healing rituals bs warmth back to our world; which brings

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    Yule Ball

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    Straightening his bowtie and flicking a long, fiery lock of hair behind his shoulders, the Sixth Year ascended the stairs from the dungeons. The Yule Ball was a strange thing for the Slytherin boy; he had never really been one for social engagements. He found it somewhat boring spending the evening surrounded by either couples or sad, pathetic looking lonely people pining for attention from the opposite sex. He could not understand why people would put themselves through such horrors. With this

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    Winter Solstice

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    Winter Solstice The elemental threads woven into the tapestry of traditions we call the Winter Solstice are light, hope, and charity. In the midst of the winter darkness, we beseech the light to return to us with its warmth and fertility, we maintain hope for a healthy and prosperous life, and we share with others, those blessings that we have so graciously been given through kind and thoughtful acts of charity. Dancing through five thousand years of human history, these themes enfold this season

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    First of all, putting up holly, mistletoe, a Christmas tree, and burning the Yule Log are done, not in the view of worshipping pagan gods, but rather in associating items that were present during Jesus Christ’s birth. Saying that Christians view Santa Claus as the God-giver is false. As a young child, it is difficult to comprehend

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    Santa Claus Does Exist

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    Santa Claus Does Exist So you don’t believe in Santa Claus. It’s understandable. We find ourselves in an age of pure skepticism. We question everything. Science has taken hold of our lives, providing answers for all questions and dismissing anything that cannot be explained as either myth or fiction. So it’s quite understandable why you don’t believe, with no physical proof of his existence. It’s indeed understandable to lose sight of Father Christmas with the transformation of this holiday

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    When my family gets together for a holiday, food is always a very big issue especially because we are a Filipino family. One Christmas, I remember we had a large amount of food. It was December 2012, and for the first time Christmas was held at our house that year. We had prepared for the Christmas party weeks in advance. All the decorations and lights were up around the house and the Christmas tree was beautifully lit like a clear night sky, with the star brightly shining at the top. Coming

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    The Nutcracker is a ballet of childhood wonder. It is a story of a mysterious godfather who swoops into a holiday gathering to bring remarkable gifts to the children. It is a story of a beloved toy coming to life. It is a story where a terrifying mouse king can be defeated by a child’s thrown slipper. And, like all things childhood, there is a great deal of time dedicated to sweets. “The story and music are so classic. Everyone can relate,” said Annamia Rumley, owner of Tecumseh Dance Workshop

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    Top must-have 2K17 sexy Christmas party outfit Ideas for her Do you have big plans this Christmas? Whether it's a night out with friends or just a one on one date with the one you love – one thing is true, you want to look your best. The best part about being sexy is you don't need to show a ton of skin to pull it off, so don't be scared to go sexy for your work's night out. It's all about choosing the right material, the perfect colour, and leaving just enough to the imagination. Check out these

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    Wooden Christmas Ornaments Showing the Christmas spirit and warming up to the yuletide; that's the essence of this special time of the year. But it is rather unfinished without buying presents and exchanging them, sharing the meals and hours of blissful joy with family and friends. Yet the most magnificent thing about Christmas is the sparkling decorations and most predominantly the stunning centerpiece - a Christmas Tree. Use of the right ornaments can transform a home magically at Christmas. If

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    The Filipino Way of Celebrating Christmas Christmas is just around the bend. We know it. We feel it. We hear it. We smell it. We see it. Pinoys are perhaps the only people who celebrate Christmas the longest, and uniquely at that. To other cultures, Christmas is just a two-day or one-day affair, but for Filipinos here and abroad, it's the most wonderful time of the year indeed – an occasion fit to last for several months and worthy of coming home to regardless of the circumstance. So how do Filipinos

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