Co-founder Debbie Rosas Stewart presents Nia at a Women’s Show
The Winter Solstice is unique among days of the year — the day on the calendar that marks the longest night and the shortest day. The dark triumphs, but only briefly. For the Winter Solstice is a turning point. The nights grow shorter and the days grow longer, the dark wanes and the light waxes in power. From the dark womb of the night, the light is born. Long ago, people in the northern hemisphere celebrated the winter solstice, when the ...Read more
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