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Welcome November – the first month of winter

Welcome November

Welcome November, the month of hoarfrost.

“The heavenly vault of November is cold and dark, and the leaf of November is rusty and dry.” Sir Walter Scott

Even if it have passed 7 days of this new month of the year, I thought it is not yet too late, to delight you with an article about the new month in which we find ourselves, and to address it a sincere – Welcome November.

The name of the month of November (lat. November) derives from the word “Novem” which means nine because it was the ninth month in the old Roman calendar.

Whereas it is the penultimate month of the year and the first month of the winter, November has its charm.

It is a month which offers us the chance to complete the majority of the projects started during the year and not only. It is a month of waiting, of waiting for the month of December, the month of holidays.

However, let’ try to not diminish its importance and to value this month at its true value, living at the maximum every day.

Thus, further, I want to introduce you to the meaning of each week of the month of November. The first week of November is called the Stubble Week because it is the week in which ends sowing of the autumn.

The second week has in the center the feast of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel, those with swords and protecting powers over you and over the flocks of sheep.

The third week is the week in which begins the mating of wolves. The fourth week is the week in which opens the sky and the ghosts are walking freely on the outside.

The fifth week is the week of the Andrew of winter which has in the center the feast of St. Andrew, the one who freezes the water and sew the evil.

Therefore let’s try to give the right importance to each week of the month November.

Welcome November – the first month of winter!

No “shadow, no shine, no butterflies, no bees, no fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds – November!”

Thomas Hood

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