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Winter Solstice

It's only a little thing. We used to go to a friend's house for a Winter Solstice party and one of the ceremonies was to write on a piece of paper things we'd like to get rid of and things we'd like to come in to our lives. Then we'd throw them in a small fire outdoors and make some kind of incantation. Of which I'd forgotten the words.

Those friends have moved away and we have moved away. Those parties are no more. So this year I thought about what I'd like to go and what I'd like to come in: resentment and forgiveness. I need to let go of my resentment that a different friendship was destroyed and that I need to forgive those that destroyed it. The friend who was lost has passed away, so there is no restoring it.

Winter Solstice

Is a time for reflection. It is a time to let go of the bad and embrace the good. The problem is knowing what is good and bad. Perhaps, harmful and beneficial.

Letting go of procrastination and embracing getting started would be a good first step.

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