Summer solstice is one of those days that our ancestors celebrated that sort of annoys me. Not because it’s a solstice per se, but because I hate the heat and it heralds the beginning of summer. It’s also a time when we have the most daylight, although to me it feels like the days don’t shorten fast enough afterwards.
I know I’m in the minority on this, but I am pleased to say that’s just how it is. Oh yeah, and for those in the Southern Hemisphere, a Happy Winter Solstice!
Roundup of Solstice Articles
This year I’ve come up with a roundup article of summer solstice themed articles I’ve written in the past. Check them out:
- Summer Solstice: A Time for Renewal
- 5 Ways Heathens Can Celebrate the Summer Solstice
- The Meaning Behind the Death of Baldr and Summer Solstice
- Thoughts on Summer Solstice
Yeah, you may have noticed, I don’t exactly write enough about the summer solstice. Maybe I’ll change that in the future.
Have a terrific summer solstice. Stay cool! (Or if you’re celebrating winter solstice, stay warm!
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