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Meandering

One thing I came to terms with about this blog fairly early on is that the posts would not need heavy editing. They start where they start and they end where the end. About the only real concession to proper … Continue reading

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Holy vs Sacred

This coming Friday is not only the 13th of the month, but it also co-incides with a full moon. And my pagan circle does full moon circles on the nearest Friday. That makes this Friday more than a little bit … Continue reading

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Deep damage

When you extricate yourself out of a less than good situation, I know it helps me to figure out what was damaging about it. Depending on how long I was in it, it might take a while to begin to … Continue reading

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My life on a map.

The one thing about journeys is that they take you from one place to another. I have found myself often using the imagery of a map to describe this. Turns out I’ve been using this for a long time. What … Continue reading

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What do I do with Sunday morning?

Stepping away from the church means several things. First and foremost it means I don’t feel so obligated to go to Sunday morning service. But that brings up another thing: now I have Sunday mornings to myself more often than … Continue reading

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A leg in two camps

I began my journey towards spellcraft expecting to stay Christian. Apparantly, it is possible. Replace references to The Goddess and The God when casting the circle to the Christian God and carry on. Were it so easy. I have acquired … Continue reading

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The Right Hand Of Belief

The message at church tonight was interesting. It was about what belief means. Or at least, what it means in the words of Jesus Christ as we have them today, and for the people in the first century AD who adopted the … Continue reading

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