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Purpose Driven (the music) December 30, 2020

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[“Kwanzaa, yenu iwe na heri!” – “May your Kwanzaa be happy!” to everyone who is celebrating!]

Please join me today (Wednesday, December 16th) at 4:30 PM or 7:15 PM for a yoga practice on Zoom. Use the link from the “Class Schedules” calendar if you run into any problems checking into the class. You will need to register for the 7:15 PM class if you have not already done so. Give yourself extra time to log in if you have not upgraded to Zoom 5.0. You can request an audio recording of this practice via a comment below or by emailing myra (at) ajoyfulpractice.com.

Wednesday’s playlist is available on YouTube and Spotify.

In the spirit of generosity (“dana”), the Zoom classes, recordings, and blog posts are freely given and freely received. If you are able to support these teachings, please do so as your heart moves you. (NOTE: You can donate even if you are “attending” a practice that is not designated as a “Common Ground Meditation Center” practice, or you can purchase class(es). Donations are tax deductible; class purchases or donations for New Year’s Day are not necessarily deductible.]

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Nancy B was correct! “The mind naturally makes mistakes :)” December 30, 2020

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Please pardon my error. I just realized that I mixed up my history and failed to note that the Feast Day of the Holy Family is actually “a moveable feast,” as far as the Gregorian calendar is concerned. Per the 1969 revision of the General Roman Calendar, it is observed on the Sunday between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day – unless those days are Sundays, in which case the Feast of the Holy Family is celebrated on December 30th. It is only a holy day of obligation in the Roman Catholic Church when it falls on a Sunday.

This year’s Feast of the Holy Family was this past Sunday, December 27th, which (if I now have this correct) means that it would have been prioritized over the Feast of Saint John the Apostle/Evangelist for some Western Christians. I’ve updated the Tuesday post, as you can see here.

There’s a whole history behind this, but I’ll wrap up here so I don’t run the risk of making another mistake…. That said, if I’ve still mixed it up, please comment below (or send me an email). Thank you, M.

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