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Vainglory

I don’t know everything and I’m no longer shy about admitting it.

In my mind, admitting ignorance on a topic is a virtue because it allows clarity in discussion, and also means there’s an opportunity to learn something new.  860 more words

Pagan Blog Project

The Blue Truth

It cannot be real.

It must be an illusion.

I have been drawn here. With the help of the old woman and the flow of the river I have been carried far from lands I know. 1,353 more words

Fiction

Grandma I wonder
where you keep your wings.

Are they hung in your closet
with the rest of your things?

Do you put them away… 46 more words

Daniël

Henna Moment - What Is Trust

Degemer Mad (hello in Breton) You Blessed Beings Of Bliss (BBB’s)! LOL!!!

so let’s continue with where we left off in the last post A Lesson On Humility… 464 more words

Life Notes

PBP: H is for Het

In Ancient Egyptian het translates to “house”.  This takes on many meanings and interpretations.  We see it as a possible mortuary reference in the name Nebt-het.  495 more words

NeoPagan

Ma'at and Isfet

I had an idea for a post that addressed what could be an alternate way to view the concepts of Ma’at and isfet when I realized that such a post might be more useful if I first defined what I believe Ma’at and Isfet to normally be. 299 more words

Kemeticism

Guan Yin

I love Guan Yin.

Guan Yin is a goddess of mercy and compassion who is mainly associated with Buddhism, but her following is so widespread that many Taoists also worship her. 389 more words

Kemeticism