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It is proscribed to engage in any activity on the day of Porphyry the Fire, March 11.

Orthodox believers revere Saint Porphyry, Archbishop of Gaza, and the day of Porphyry the Fire is celebrated in the folk calendar.

So on this day it is not recommended to have a haircut. People believed it would lead to hair loss. It is better to postpone a trip to the hairdresser or salon the next day.

It is forbidden on the day of Porphyry the Fire to engage in sewing, knitting and any activity related to threads. There is a risk that while sewing you can sew all the failures and troubles on yourself, and the tied knots will tie them even more tightly.

In addition, it is strictly forbidden to leave empty dishes on the table, to lend, to gorge, to swear and enter into conflict with loved ones, to have fun, to dance and to sing too loudly.

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