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Today is Cinco de Mayo, the day commemorating the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. In the United States, the holiday has become one of celebrating Mexican-American culture. It is very easy to form misconceptions about other cultures due to misinformation or a lack of knowledge. Today, celebrate cultural diversity by learning a bit more about Mexican- American culture. Perhaps listen to some traditional Mexican music and learn about the artist, or ...

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There has never been a more important time to embrace diversity and honor the spectrum of color that life offers to us. Crafting is a fun way to bring a sense of pride and compassion into the home. Cut twenty-two triangles from rainbow fabric and stitch them onto eight feet of cord, spacing them equally apart. As you stitch, say the following prayer of unity eight times: Light includes all seven colors, acontinuum clear. In every triangleprism, drop of water, or tear, weinvoke the diversity ...

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It’s Saint Patrick’s Day. The earth is turning green and there’s a feeling of celebration in the air. This is a good day to combine the joyous mood and the forces of the March wind to bring a positive change into your life. The winds of March are all about change, as winter turns to spring. Use these winds to remove negativity from your life. For this ritual you’ll need a small rock. It can be any rock that appeals to you. Go to a place where you’ll be alone, such ...

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Wednesdays are associated with the god Mercury, thanks to the Romans, who named the days of the week after the gods (as well as the known planets). In French, Wednesday is mercredi, and in Spanish it is miercoles. In English, however, Wednesday comes from the Old English Wodensdaeg, after the Germanic god Woden, or Odin. Both Mercury and Odin are associated with change, the acquisition of knowledge, and wisdom, which makes today a great day for tasks related to research and studying. Writing ...

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Color of the day: Red Incense of the day: Cinnamon Now gardeners are beginning to plant their flower and vegetable gardens. After all your hard work, it's a good idea to protect your garden from...
        
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