Whatever you celebrate – and even if you don’t celebrate a specific holiday – it’s impossible to ignore the holiday spirit that seems to permeate everything this time of year. There are Christmas carols, Chanukah dreidels, winter solstice Yule logs, and Kwanzaa kinaras. People seem to be smiling more often, and wishing each other good cheer.
And so, we wish it to you as well. May your days and holidays be peaceful, thoughtful, and sweet. May you welcome the shortening nights and lengthening days as we move from the longest night of the year. May you ring out the old year in a few moments of quiet reflection, and welcome the new year with family, friends, and blessings surrounding you.
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