I’m still in London, and today for some reason I was up before sunrise, but it was good to do.
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‘Amor vincit omnia, et nos cedamus amori.
“Go ahead”, writes travel writer Rosie Schaap in an article in today’s (27 June 2017) New York Times, “say their names:”
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Avalon and Tintagel. Believe deeply enough, and they might emerge from the mouth as through an enchantment-induced vapor, as though borne on the breath of a dragon.
Today is the first day of my year-long self-imposed druidry study. And it’s also Monday, and I’ve dubbed it “Metaphysical Monday!” Metaphysical Monday! is a series of “essays” I’ll be writing on certain topics, figuring out where I stand on the topic, and discussing it in general. 893 more words
Solstice – this brings to mind two things: planting the seeds and preparing to harvest. One is impossible without the other. While one hemisphere is thinking about the lengthening days, the other is preparing to gather in the fruit of their efforts in the shortening days. 1,886 more words