THE TENTH DAY OF YULETIDE - December 29
The tenth day of Yuletide, we light a candle and remember Steadfastness.
Steadfastness - from the Old English meaning, literally, “staying fast to one’s place” - is vital for success on both the personal and the group level. It is often easy to exert immense effort for a short period of time, but soon we tire, our tenacity wavers, and our will to persevere fades away. A lack of Steadfastness undermines our attempts to diet, to complete a book manuscript, or to fight year after year for a cause that matters to us. Conversely, Steadfastness can give us victory in all these things, great and small alike.
Let us be Steadfast!
This day I will pour a libation to all those who have persevered in the modern Reawakening of the Germanic Way.
I will be Steadfast this day.
Asatru Folk Assembly