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#1 2022-06-21 19:28:08

golinux
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Solstice greetings to everyone!

Celebrate the light as it begins to turn to darkness . . .

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#2 2022-06-22 11:21:12

GlennW
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Re: Solstice greetings to everyone!

Hi!

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#3 2022-06-22 17:11:20

Altoid
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Re: Solstice greetings to everyone!

Hello:

golinux wrote:

Celebrate the light as it begins to turn to darkness . . .

Indeed ...

For me, yesterday was the shortest day of the year and last night was the longest one.  8^/
The good thing is that, from today onwards, days will be gradually getting <i>longer/i>.

It seems to me that few people reflect on the fact that we know that light is what it is because of the existence of darkness.
Works the other way around, obviously.

In any case, it's all about the balance of the cosmos.

Best,

A.

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#4 2022-06-22 17:54:45

golinux
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Re: Solstice greetings to everyone!

Altoid wrote:
golinux wrote:

Celebrate the light as it begins to turn to darkness . . .

Indeed ...

The good thing is that, from today onwards, days will be gradually getting longer

@Altoid . . . Not on planet earth. Yesterday, was the longest day of 2022. Or maybe I'm missing something . . .

[edit]Hahahaha . . . the joke is on me! What I was missing was food to wake up my brain from its stupor!  Your point once again proves that everything is relative.[/edit]

Altoid wrote:

It seems to me that few people reflect on the fact that we know that light is what it is because of the existence of darkness.
Works the other way around, obviously.

In any case, it's all about the balance of the cosmos.

smile

[edit] Point well taken. Thank you![/edit]

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