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Avoid the winter blues by embracing hibernation. For this spell, don comfy clothes and fuzzy slippers. Have dark chocolate or a cup of hot chocolate ready. Set a blue candle in a dish of crushed ice—blue for the winter blues and the subtle blue of ice and snow. Sit before the candle on a comfortable couch or chair, wrap yourself in a blanket (again, fuzzy is good!), and repeat: As the depths of winter near,May I sleep deep like the bear.Curling up in dark embrace,Nurturing soul with calm ...

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Kwanzaa is a seven-day holiday honoring African-American culture and community. You can observe this celebration with your own mini-festival. If possible, do this with family and friends, for the real point of Kwanzaa is community. You’ll need an item to represent each of Kwanzaa’s seven principles:First night: Unity (an example of what I might use: a family photo)Second night: Self-determination (a diploma)Third night: Collective responsibility (two cords knotted together)Fourth ...

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To make this elixir, you will need the following ingredients:* 2 cups fresh cranberries, washed and finely ground* 1 quart-size Mason jar* Shaved peel of an orange* 1 cup sugar* Vodka Add the cranberries to the Mason jar and top with the shaved orange peel and sugar. Fill the jar with vodka, adding it slowly and topping it off over the next few hours as the liquid sifts through the fruit and sugar mixture. Cap, shake, and set aside. Allow the elixir to age—gathering strength—on ...

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At this time of year, as we move into what many celebrate as a season of giving, it’s a good time to work magic over ideals of service and altruism. Wash your hands before you begin, using a favorite soap and drying with a clean towel. Admire your hands, envisioning their strength, experience, and wisdom. Using a piece of white paper, write down the great works your hands have done. Perhaps they’ve knit sweaters to keep people warm, cooked meals to nourish others, played music, ...

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She goes away. We’re forced to wait and believe that she will return. We cannot see her with our physical eyes, yet we know she remains in her orbit high above the earth. It is us who must wait...
       
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