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
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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
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What the hell, it's Daniël!
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
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The Life Arts Institute
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
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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
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The Tao of Kemet
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
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