After months of hibernation, March brings rebirth, renewal and awakening to the Northern Hemisphere. Keeping in sync with the symbolism of Spring, March 8th is celebrated around the world as International Women’s Day, a time of reflection and commemoration of the contributions made by women today and throughout history. It is a time to justly give prominent female figures their spotlight.
The heart shape is one of the most recognized symbols in the world, but have you ever wondered how all 7.8 billion of us agreed that this symmetrical heart - a far cry from the organ we carry inside us - is the universal sign for LOVE?
Happy New Year! With the bar being set really low, 2021 can only be off to a great start, and one we’ve declared of healing and great global love! If we learned anything from 2020, it’s that love for one another will keep us safe and take us over the finish line of these unprecedented times.
The end of the year is special for countless cultures and peoples around the world - all our positive energy and the things that bring us together throughout the year, make the month of December miraculous! From Saint Nicholas Day and Christmas, to St. Lucia Day, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Boxing Day, Omisoka and many others, families and loved ones look forward to gathering at this time of year to celebrate.
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, as it’s been called by Galileo, have bewitched us for millennia, and occurs throughout the lengths of the Arctic Circle. As is the case with most ‘unexplained’ natural phenomena, human beings have marveled and created myths and legends around this spell-bounding occurrence.