In the mystery school tradition, when members gather for solar festivals and fellowship, they often use the phrase “the god of your heart” when referring to the Creator or the Supreme Being because the term embraces all religions and practices for those variously might be celebrating Christmas, Yule, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and other holy days and year-end reflections.
In that spirit, seasons greetings to you within the spirit of the god of your heart.
At this time of year, I enjoy reading how people from different faiths and traditions celebrate or commemorate the days between the Winter Solstice and Twelfth Night. For some of us, this is the Festival of Rebirth often symbolized by seeds in the ground waiting for spring while memories of sunshine and growing things are symbolized by candles, Yule logs, and evergreens.
Best wishes for the season and thank you for stopping by Malcolm’s Round Table throughout the year.