Spring Holiday Greetings and Well Wishes

enoch
By:  @enoch, 5 months ago
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Spring is a time of renewal.

A time to celebrate new life.

To those celebrating the Freedom Festival of Passover (Pesach) I wish you a joyous and meaningful Passover holiday.

Chag Pesach Sameach.

A Zissen Pesach.

To those celebrating Easter I wish you a joyous and meaningful Easter holiday.

Anyone celebrating any other spring event, religious or humanitarian I wish you well.

Kindly share what you celebrate this spring, and how.

Its good to well wish others here too.

Whatever they celebrate.

Red Box Rules and The Four B's Obtain.

See my first comment for the Four B's.

Happy Holidays and Special Events to One and All.

Enoch.

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 11:05:30AM @enoch:

Red Box Rules and the Four B's Obtain.

The Four B's are:

Be On Point.

Be Respectful.

Be Positive.

Or Be Gone!

This is not a discussion thread to come and trash people, or foment dissent and ill will.

There are simply too many other places on the Internet to commit such industrial strength sins.

Stay on topic.

Share.

Support.

Respect and be positive.

Peace and Abundant Blessings.

Enoch.

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Jonathan P
link 04/04/17 11:16:13AM @jonathan-p:

Chag Kasher Ve'same'ach to you, Enoch.

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 01:45:12PM @enoch:

Dear Friend Jonathan P: Todah Rabah.

Lechem Gam Cen.

E.

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Spikegary
link 04/04/17 11:19:48AM @spikegary:

I noticed flowers budding around my house (you know where-just behind the burning bush, along the house before the fence.  Yeah, much as I like to hold onto winter, it's time, the boat and the bike await!

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 01:46:30PM @enoch:

Dear Friend SpikeGary: LOL at the Burning Bush.

Good one.

Time indeed for the boat, bike and more.

Spring, ain't it grand?

E.

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Kavika
link 04/04/17 12:03:15PM @kavika:

April and spring is called ''sugar bushing time'' but the Ojibwe, The renewal season for us.

An Ojibwe Spring
In early spring, the Ojibwe got on their toboggans and headed off to spring camp. The Ojibwe lived in sugar camp in the spring. The reason they lived in Sugar camp was because they were making maple sugar for part of their food. This was an important time of year because, almost everyone participated in the making of maple sugar. The children helped with part of the process but some older boys and men hunted small animals including rabbits and squirrels. The girls went out into the forest to find berries. Men never hunted larger game such as deer, bear, or moose in the spring because they knew that the larger animals were taking care of their young and did not want to harm them. They also fished in the spring. In spring, they ate maple sugar and fish. This was a time when they repaired or built new canoes.

 

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 01:50:31PM @enoch:

Dear Friend Kavika: Many thanks for enlightening us on how your Ojibwe Nation celebrates the renewla of springtime.

As ever, it is the wisdom of Native Americans to live in harmony with nature.

So that it make sustain us as we safeguard its replenishing process.

I point to not hunting large game in springtime as an excellent example.

Great post, my brother.

We are grateful.

Enoch.

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Dowser
link 04/05/17 12:10:59PM @dowser:

I don't think I'd mind a diet of fish and maple sugar at all!  Sounds good!  What a lovely way to celebrate spring!

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Enoch
link 04/09/17 07:46:39AM @enoch:

Dear Friend Dowser: I am all in too.

Don't forget the small game casseroles.

E.

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Perrie Halpern R.A.
link 04/04/17 02:11:13PM @perrie-halpern:

Dear Enoch,

Have a ziessen Pesach to you and your family. 

To all my friends here on NT, may you have a happy and joyous Easter. 

Kavika, may you have a happy and healthy renewal.

I love spring. I love watching things come to life again. I just saw our first cottontail rabbit for the season and a couple of chipmunks. Sadly our favorite and oldest one, Chippy, didn't make it through this winter. I guess it's just another way of saying good-bye to this house. 

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 04:57:27PM @enoch:

Dear Friend Perrie: I join you in celebrating the springtime.

Prima Verde and all.

Chag Pesach Sameach,

E.

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A. Macarthur
link 04/04/17 02:56:43PM @a-macarthur:

My Spring offering to good friends on NT.

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 04:58:16PM @enoch:

Dear Friend AMac:

Thank you.

Chag Pesach Sameach.

E.

 

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Dowser
link 04/05/17 12:11:35PM @dowser:

Gorgeous!!!  Thank you!

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Enoch
link 04/09/17 07:47:34AM @enoch:

Dear Friend Dowser: Agrees.

E.

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Randy
link 04/04/17 05:30:43PM @randy:

Dear Enoch,

Being as I am an atheist I have no spiritual ritual to celebrate for spring. However living here in the desert as it gets later into the spring the full time residents, such a my wife and myself, celebrate the leaving of the snowbird winter visitors. Yes it means it gets very, very hot, but the roads are a lot clearer and you are guaranteed seating at your favorite restaurant and usually at lower prices. Besides there's always the swimming pool. Soon there will be no more license plates from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, or British Columbia and the valley will be all ours again. Happy

Randy

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Enoch
link 04/04/17 05:58:21PM @enoch:

Dear Friend Randy: Always reasons to celebrate good gifts.

All the best.

E.

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pat wilson
link 04/04/17 10:32:51PM @pat-wilson:

Spring Holiday Greetings And Well Wishes

Right back at you, friend E.

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Buzz of the Orient
link 04/04/17 11:25:10PM @buzz-of-the-orient:

Although I have seen some really bright foliabe and flower colours where I am, I have never seen anything as vivid as what you just posted.

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Enoch
link 04/05/17 10:18:34AM @enoch:

Dear Friend Buzz: I like it too.

E.

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Enoch
link 04/05/17 10:17:50AM @enoch:

Dear Friend Pat Wilson: May this season of renewal qant you and yours renewal, refreshment and re-invigoration in every aspect of life.

Most of all of spirit.

Smiles.

E.

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Dowser
link 04/05/17 12:12:38PM @dowser:

That's beautiful!!!  Is that a poppy mallow?  We have something like that here...

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Enoch
link 04/09/17 07:50:49AM @enoch:

Dear Friend Dowser: Mrs. E. rides herd in our garden.

I showed her Pat's photo.

Turns out there is a similar flower in Israel.

Great thing about plant life.

They cannot read a map.

Smiles.

E.

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Dowser
link 04/09/17 10:53:37AM @dowser:

So true!!!  

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Enoch
link 04/10/17 11:57:05AM @enoch:

Smiles

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