In spring, we have the Feast of Rains, commemorating the first discovery of the emeth, also known as the truthrose, and the first Shoshannah, Vered.
Summer opens with the Feast of Fields, an occasion to praise the King for his wonderful creation and tell the stories of making.
Autumn hosts the Feast of Winds, at which we tell the story of Acai, of all stories most beloved, for it tells of the King's concern for all his children, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant.
Winter is the time for the Feast of Flames, where I tell the story of my namesake Micaiah, who stood firm under temptation and trusted the King in his darkest hour.
These are the Four Feasts of my people, though other celebrations may occur; these are the ones celebrated throughout the lands.