Reflections at the Edge

I’m fascinated by the time of year between the Winter Solstice and the New Year, when the current year is drawing to a close and the new one hasn’t yet arrived. Since I can remember, I’ve made it a point to seek quiet in these days to notice what it feels like inside myself and outside in the world around me.

People coming from other traditions mark the New Year at different times. Growing up Jewish, we marked this in…

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