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It is the custom in many countries to name their homes and properties. Some names are amusing (“Upson Downs”), some are geographic (“Riverside Manor”), and some are charming (“Rose Cottage”). Information about the residents may be in a name, like “La Maison des Belles Femmes,”which means the house of beautiful women. Whether you share the name of your residence with the world in the shape of a plaque or signpost or keep it private for the family ...

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Historically there was only one time every year when Vesta’s temple was open to the public: during the festival of Vestalia, held from June 7–15. Even then, only females were permitted to enter, and they had to petition for blessings on behalf of the rest of their family and household. Thankfully, these days most of the progressive pagan community has moved beyond such gender segregation, so let’s all take the opportunity today to honor this goddess of hearth and home. For ...

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Physical objects retain the energy of those who created or used them. When bringing any piece of furniture into your home, it is always wise to cleanse it. Family furniture passed down through the generations may be infused with considerable and varied forces. When bringing in items from relatives we know and love, the cleansing may be less stringent. A simple request and a “blessed be” might suffice, or only a light saging may be needed. One way to be sure the positive essence ...

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Ac cording to myth, a leprechaun’s tweed is green for those folks who like to socialize and red for those who write manifestos on the overpopulation of the human species. The red-clad leprechauns are best left alone at home, to toil away by the light of an earwax lamp. A green-clad leprechaun, however, can be anyone, anywhere, at any time; you may not even know he’s been for tea but for the simple fact that he left you lucky! Hang a small child-size green tweed jacket by your back ...

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Currently celebrated in the United States, Canada, and more than two dozen European countries, Data Privacy Day promotes education and awareness of the importance of privacy in this ever more...
       
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