Category Archives: Teaching

Labyrinth

I walked my first labyrinth yesterday. Or, at least, the first since I became pagan. Cannot remember if I ever walked one when I was younger, but I rather doubt it. It’s not something my Christian upbringing would’ve understood. What … Continue reading

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Re-journalling

I’m bad at journalling. This is the modern term for what used to be called “keeping a diary”. No, not the sort that records future appointments, the sort that records how you were thinking about the day. This blog started … Continue reading

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The Learning Of Knowledge

I wonder how much organised religion relies on not teaching things. Us humans are awesome learners. We kind of have to be. Amongst all of the creatures placed upon this planet, we are born with the least amount of survival … Continue reading

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The Problem Of Proselytising

There is currently a furore in my country about what instruction – if any – a religious institution should provide to school children in government schools. When I was in primary school, we used to have what was called “Scripture … Continue reading

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