Daeboreum, the Great Full Moon

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Daeboreum, the Great Full Moon

We hope you got yourself some good luck today.

The first full moon of the new year is a special moon. It appears today, February 22. As we all prepare to embark on our projects for the year, we could use a little help, and today’s moon could be just the assistance we need to get going.

Take a long look, think about where you might need a bit of luck, and set your mind and spirit to it.

In the United States, today’s moon is the Snow Moon, to coincide with the cold and snowy weather. Native Americans also called it the Hunger Moon since it was harder to hunt with a moon so bright…

Happy Daeboreum!



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