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Color of the Day
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Who doesn’t feel the love in th e air after Beltane? That celebration of love and fertility can last all month. Are you in the mood for love with someone who’s near you? Someone far away? Are you feeling May’s currents of passion? Set up your altar with all the love trinkets you can find—candy hearts, chocolate kisses, bright jewelry, photos of the one you love, cut flowers in a vase, or anything else you’re inspired to add. As you light a pink candle (of course), ...

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In Fiddler on the Roof, Tevye sings, “L’chaim!” which means, “To life!” The circumstances of his life aren’t good—he’s a Jew living in anti-Semitic Russia around the turn of the last century—but he manages to find little things to celebrate. Let us emulate Tevye. What little things in your life can you celebrate? Alone or with your coven or circle, set up an altar filled with growing plants and symbols of happiness, such as musical ...

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Today you get a twofer: two nearly identical spells with the same intention. You’ve seen people who are in need of enough to eat, a safe place to live, and adequate medical care. These twin spells are intended to help those in need. Whenever you’re out, pay attention to what’s around you. We know that people are careless. They drop coins and ignore pennies. But pennies add up! Every time you see a penny, pick it up with your receptive (nondominant) hand and place it in your ...

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We’ve had half a year of dark. N ow we’re yearning for the light, for spring to rain on us, for green shoots to rise to our ankles. We’re listening to hear the little chirpy birds and see the bees and butterflies. This is mid-spring, the season when the Goddess comes back to earth. Everything she brings to us is new. Instead of building an altar to celebrate Ostara, begin a creative project: a springtime collage of light and darkness. Buy a piece of poster board in your ...

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Practice your powers of willful living with a bit of short-term goal setting. To evoke meticulously planned success, acquire eight small sheets of gold leaf–specked rice paper from an origami or...
       
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