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Holy days

Discussion in 'Left-Hand Path Religions DIR' started by EverChanging, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. EverChanging

    EverChanging Well-Known Member

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    Do you observe any holy days? If so which ones, and what do they signify?
     
  2. Liu

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    I don't really observe any, but I keep track of the seasonal festivals (equinoxes, Beltane etc).
     
  3. EverChanging

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    Is it common for LHP practices not to involve holidays?
     
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    crossfire Antinomian feminist heretic freak ☿
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    It would depend on the individual.
     
  5. Liu

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    Kinda - I don't know whether there are more LHPers who observe holidays or more who don't, but it would seem not untypical to me either way.

    Holidays can be adopted from existing traditions or based on one's own preferences.

    Some also consider their own birthday a holiday.
     
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