Wave of Light {October 15th}

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On October 15th everyone is invited to light a candle at 7PM (in each person's own time zone) across all time zones. Keep candles lit for at least an hour in order to create a wave of light across the world in observance of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day.
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day is a day to remember our little ones together. A day to be united as global community by showing support and love to one another who are walking this walk together. A day  for our friends and family to support us as we grieve our little ones gone far to soon.
Info about October 15th and how Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day Came about:

In 2002, the October 15th Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day Campaign began as an American movement.   Robyn Bear, Lisa Brown and Tammy Novak petitioned the federal government as well as the governors of each of the 50 states resulting in 20 signing proclamations recognizing October 15, 2002, as the first observance of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day (PAILRD).  As a further effect of the American campaign effort, Concurrent Resolution H.Con>RES.222 supporting the goals and ideals of National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day was passed in the House of Representatives on September 28, 2006.

 Wave of Light takes place on October 15th each year.

The owner of Soul Cyster Creations lights a candle for each one of her little ones, every October 15th. Below is my photo from 2018. I'd love for you all to share your photos in a comment to this post or email them to me and I can share your photos as well.