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As happens every year around this time, as the days get longer and the nights
get shorter; flowers begin to bloom, bees begin to buzz and we as a society
begin to emerge from our homes into the glorious outdoors for sunshine and
exercise. It is Spring in the Northern Hemisphere!
Pride in country is not a new concept. In fact, pride and nationalism and where you were born or where your family came from is common around the world. Pride in America, whether native born or an immigrant, runs deep...
Spring is a mere 6 weeks away and love is in the air as we as a nation, and world at large get ready to celebrate the day of love, Valentine’s Day! When couples and friends celebrate their love for one another by lavishing each other with gifts and accouterments. Or Maybe a late dinner at the little corner bistro down the street from their homes. But, why exactly do we celebrate this day? And, for that, matter, where does the name come from or the day’s origin?
The ancient Babylonians are said to have been the first people to make New year’s resolutions, some 4,000 years ago. (Babylon was the ancient city where some of the most influential empires of the ancient world ruled.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Christmas lights being strewn and Christmas trees being decorated with holiday cheer. You can almost feel the palpable Christmas spirit in the air. But what does all of it mean? And a better question, how did Christmas as we now know come to be?