- Time for Miracles for Orthodox Believers
Orthodox believers celebrate Christmas Eve, or the Nativity of Christ, on January 6. According to tradition, Christmas Eve dinner is generous, but lean, consisting of 12 dishes in honor of the twelve apostles. On that day, upon coming from the church after the morning service, believers abstain from eating until the first star appears in the sky, which symbolizes the star that ascended over Bethlehem at the time of Christ's birth. On the night of 6 to 7 January, Christmas services are held in Orthodox churches and the miracles happen.
Send your special lady your hearty greeting on this fairy night and may it become a little miracle for the two of you bringing you together, closer and closer, until your hearts join to become One Loving Whole!
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