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As Lammas is here, take the time to enjoy the first harvest and let the earth provide you with what you need.
Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh, is a traditional Celtic holiday that marks the first harvest of the year, typically celebrated on August 1st. It is a time to give thanks for the abundance of the crops and to honor the Celtic god Lugh, who is associated with the sun and the harvest. During Lammas, people often gather to share a feast made from the freshly harvested crops and to participate in various festivities and rituals that celebrate the cycle of nature and the bountiful harvest. It is a time of gratitude and celebration for the gifts of the earth and the summer season.
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