Today is a "Red Letter" Day and Feast Day for the Knights of Moleskine, Spirit and Ale...The Feast of the Wolf Moon.
The Wolf Moon is the first full moon of the New Year. It got it's name from the American Indian's because the wolves would circle their camps looking for food and howl in hunger during this time of the year.
It's a "Red Letter" Day because it is day of significance. The term "Red Letter" Day originated in the Middle Ages when the Catholic Church designated holy days in red letters. It has since been used to mark days of special significance, such as holidays, astronomical happenings, anniversaries of historic events, and days with memorable folklore attached.
So go outside tonight and howl at the full moon in hunger...hunger for meaning, inspiration and truth.
Sir Hook the Howling Wolf Man of Warrick