Euphrosyne, the Greek Goddess of Good Cheer, Mirth, and Merriment #MythologyMonday #MythologyMonandæg #folklore #Greek

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With the holiday season upon us, it seems appropriate to mention one of the three charities, Euphrosyne. Along with her sisters, she was tasked to fill the world with joy and pleasant times. More specifically, she’s the goddess of good cheer, mirth, and merriment. Like many figures in Greek mythology, NASA has named a heavenly body after her. Euphrosyne is the 7th largest asteroid NASA has catalogued.

I wish you her blessings during this holiday season.

Not really. She’s not real. I just hope you enjoy yourselves.

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