December Traditions, with trees, fruit, and songs

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December Traditions with trees, fruit, and songs

Through December, and Christmas, we put up the Christmas decorations, buy a tree, or get out the artificial tree from the attic or shed, and decorate that too. We do our Christmas shopping for food treats, and items to give as gifts to people. Much of this tradition that we do every December seems to be of habits and routine, We feel an obligation to do all of this, despite not being able to afford it and maxing out our credit to make all of this 'fun' happen.

So, during this Sunday Sessions we visit a few nature based and human fellowship traditions, of December, that we may have forgotten, never heard of, or we celebrate today in ways that seem to be very disconnected from their origins. 

Through this Sunday Session I will include trees for celebration, tree blessings such as fruit tree 'wassailing', songs from ancient times that we have adapted today, and folk drama fun and healing rituals that have become mumming, guising, straw boys and wren boys these days. 

Enjoy the mysteries of ancient December Traditions and how you may perform them today.  In return, perhaps enjoy more meaning and blessings than from the familiar consumer ways. 

Please contribute your content to the show ...

Please help out this December Traditions, with trees, fruit, and song, Please contact me to serve a contribution of December Traditions poems and stories, and your own December Traditions experiences. . You can send me a pre-recorded video or audio file. I can arrange a pre-recorded interview with you. But best choice of all is for you to join in the show live from 2pm Sunday 6th December 2020? 

I can  accept your content though these channels, but before you do, please contact me with an outline of your content that you would like to share, thank you.

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