My sacred day would have to be New Year’s Eve. It is the time of a year when, as Eliade (2005) figuratively describes it, “the abolition of time is possible […], in which the world is destroyed and recreated” (p. 62). It is a day when my families and friends gather together at a friend’s house to enjoy and celebrate the start of a new year. On this day, everyone in my family would make a New Year’s list of resolutions while we drink our glasses of Sparkling Cider, and begin the countdown of New Year’s Day. This day represents Eliade’s idea of regeneration. People and objects regain definition; structure and order take shape but with new energy and vitality.
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3. Valentine's Day