For the past 20 years, on World AIDS Day, I have always stopped by the Boston Center for the Arts to spend a bit of time in the Medicine Wheel. The “Medicine Wheel,” is a 24-hour vigil with a major sculptural art installation rooted in the Celtic Medicine Wheel. The space uses the universal symbol of the circle as gathering spot for individuals to come together to heal, reflect and remember. For me, taking time of silent contemplation, prayer and reflection is important. This day is about supporting people I love who are HIV positive and remembering the many people we have lost.