2011年12月21日

Invitation to Candle Night December 2011





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Invitation to Candle Night Summer/Winter Solstice
December 22, 2011
Candle Night Committee
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Candle Night Summer/Winter Solstice 2011.

Turn off your lights for two hours from 8 to 10 p.m.
on the evening of December 22, 2011.

Do something special . . .
Read a book with your child by candlelight.
Enjoy a quiet dinner with a special person.

This night can mean many things for many people.
A time to save energy, to think about peace,
to think about people in distant lands who share our planet.

Pulling the plug opens the window to a new world.
Awakens us to human freedom and diversity.
It is a process of discovery about our potential.

However you spend them, for just two hours, join us.

Turning off the lights, and help us spread
a gentle wave of candlelight around the earth.

On the evening of the solstice, for two hours from 8 to 10 p.m.

Turn off the lights. Take it slow

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The winter solstice is the shortest day and the longest night
in the northern hemisphere. This year, the date is December 22.
The winter solstice is regarded as an important day in many
places around the world. It is considered the day when the sun
is reborn because each day gets longer after the solstice.
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Please visit our website and find more about Candle Night.
http://www.candle-night.org/en/
 


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