PASSOVER celebrated this year MAR 25 – APRIL 2, 2013

13 things you need to know for Passover 2013 1. When does Passover 2013 begin and how long does it last? Passover 2013 begins at sundown on Monday, March 25th. That is the date, this year, which corresponds to the 15th of Nissan, the day according to the Bible, on which the first Passover occurred and on which all subsequent Passovers always begin. The holiday lasts for 7 days in Israel and 8 days everywhere else, reflecting a long-held custom honoring the fact that maintaining an … [Read more...]

Rizal Day Celebrated in the Philippines – December 30th!

Rizal Day Festively Celebrated in the Philippines December 30 Rizal Day is a public holiday in the Philippines. Rizal Day is a holiday that is celebrated in the Philippines as a day in history that had a great impact on the people’s pride and freedom. History of Rizal Day in the Philippines In the Philippines, Rizal Day is celebrated as a national holiday in December. It is typically celebrated on the nearest Monday to December 30. This day is in honor of Jose Rizal. … [Read more...]

September 28, 2011 is celebrated NEW YEAR – ראש השנה‎ Rosh Hashana !!!

A Celebration of Women sends our Deepest Blessings on this most important High Holiday to all the Women of our World & their families, celebrating Rosh Hashanah (ראש השנה‎). Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה‎, literally "head of the year," Israeli: Hebrew pronunciation: [ˈʁoʃ haʃaˈna], Ashkenazic: ˈɾoʃ haʃːɔˈnɔh, Yiddish: [ˈrɔʃəˈʃɔnə]) is a Jewish holiday commonly referred to as the "Jewish New Year." It is observed on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month … [Read more...]

Celebrating GRANDPARENT’S DAY! – September 11, 2011

A Celebration of Women is elated to ... Celebrate the Lives of our Grandparents! September 11, 2011 Purpose This day has a threefold purpose: To honor grandparents To give grandparents an opportunity to show love for their children's children. To help children become aware of the strength, information and guidance older people can offer.     Grandparents Day, always the First Sunday After Labor Day In 1970, a West Virginia housewife, Marian … [Read more...]

Embassy of Afghanistan: Khojesta Fana Ebrahimkhel, New Years Wishes.

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The Mayo Clinic: 10 Tips to Coping Holiday Stress!

    ~~ Celebrating the Holidays in 2012 ~~     Stress, depression and the holidays: 10 tips for coping with 'stress and/or depression'   ... don't ruin your holidays and hurt your health.   The holiday season,  starting in early December continues through New Year's Day, often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression.      ... and it's no wonder. In an effort to pull off a perfect holiday, you might find yourself facing a dizzying array of demands — … [Read more...]

REV. Nina Taking Action! 'Angels Teach: Truth, Raziel and Holiday Prayer Event‏'

      It has been a while since I have communicated with all of you regularly. A busy teaching season is winding down and my guidance is to reach out and reconnect. Feels good, because I always love interacting with all you inspired earth angels!     A Moment of Truth     'Tis the season.   For honesty that is.   I'm talking about full blown, head on, stand-in-front-of-the-mirror naked and smiling kind of honesty.   At least that's how I wish to live this month signifying the celebration of … [Read more...]

Sukkot 2010 – September 22(sunset) – September 29(sunset)

  Celebrating Sukkot 2010     September 22-29   Sukkot (Hebrew: סוכות or סֻכּוֹת, sukkōt, Feast of Booths, Feast of Tabernacles) is a Jewish holiday celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Tishrei (late September to late October). It is one of the three biblically mandated Shalosh regalim on which Jews made pilgrimages to the Temple in Jerusalem. The Holy Day lasts seven days, including Chol Hamoed and is immediately followed by another festive day known as Shemini Atzeret. The … [Read more...]

Belize Celebrates Independence Day – Celebrating September 21

Belize Celebrates Independence Day September 21 Belize celebrates Independence Day as a public holiday. ‘Though Belize is technically Central America, that English-speaking microstate has a history that is fairly distinct from that of the other states in the region. At present this tiny republic, which only became formally independent from Great-Britain in 1981, does not figure significantly in the ‘Central American’ problem’ (1993:3). Every year on 21 … [Read more...]

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