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The Paths We Walk

It has been several months since my last post. I became very busy and in the grand scheme of all that was happening, this blog was the one thing that I could let go until the time became right for it again. 667 more words


TIP: Social Justice and Witchcraft

There is a lot going on in the world these days that can quickly raise the public’s collective ire, affecting not only our hearts, but our minds as well. 760 more words


Wicca: A Progressive Approach

Just so I could make it hard on myself, I impulsively deleted my blog on Saturday. With blogs, unlike life, you get a chance to wipe the slate clean and start over again. 1,026 more words


Lughnasadh: Honoring the Harvest Through Grief and Gratitude by Alison Leigh Lilly

“Lughnasadh is not only a time to celebrate the bright strength and impressive skill of successful work, but to embrace the darker side of work: the fear that all that we are working for will ultimately fail us; the fear that our work will not be enough to overcome scarcity, insecurity and injustice; the fear that the products of our work will be consumed thoughtlessly or mindlessly wasted, that we ourselves will be utterly used up, driven to the point of exhaustion, left at last to be forgotten when we are no longer considered “productive” members of society. 360 more words


Paganism Without Gods

Hello, I have a question about paganism without gods. Is it possible? What does worshiping the triple goddess or the horned god achieve, if instead you’d prefer to appreciate the world around you.

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How to Argue with an Evangelical

Have you ever had to argue with an Evangelical? Man, I sure have! It’s funny, though, that all of my arguments happened when I was an Evangelical, not since I became a Pagan. 1,474 more words


'Christian' Tattoos: Does Jesus Approve?

Condensed and adapted from God’s Laws:  Sin, Law, Grace, and Obligation in Pauline Theology by Paul A. Hughes (coming in 2014).

Don’t make up your mind till you have… 2,887 more words