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We still need ritual!

In his wonderful book  ‘The Sacred and the Profane’, famed historian of religion Mircea Eliade observes that even modern people who reject the tenets of religious belief and practice are unconsciously nourished by the memory of the sacred. 440 more words

01 - New Posts: January 2014 Onwards

The New American Dream

One thing I’ve always been fascinated with is blog culture.

I grew up in an age where the internet was a very new, and rapidly developing resource. 461 more words

American Dream

Weekly thoughts: unrelated

It’s been an interesting couple of weeks over here at Carlson Central. We’ve had illness and a return to health on a few fronts. We’ve had battles of wills and pestilence and dust bunnies. 740 more words

Mid-life Crisis

Mother vs. My Pretend Alcoholic Tendancies

I’ve never had a desire to drink. I just haven’t. Many see it as a rite of passage. I just see it as people making complete fool out of themselves. 82 more words

Alcohol

Rite of Passage -l- The Bathtub

Sometimes we just need to change.

To achieve this well, it helps to have a “Rite of Passage”.

Many tribes do this with their children when they come of age. 145 more words

Ceremony, traditions, moons, and taking time

As the moon grows above us and we briskly head into a new season I find time to make space========= I have been told by 3 different clarvoiyents now that I am in the process of breaking cords.  580 more words

Things to do as an adult

Today I am going to attempt to cook a roast chicken dinner. I’m not really a great cook and also not a great organiser so it is unlikely to go well but I think of it almost as a rite of passage. 93 more words

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