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Completely acceptable reasons I won't leave the house today

It’s too hot/cold/sunny/windy/rainy/temperate.

I’ve run out of deodorant and my natural musk radius is 3 feet.

The benefits of fluorescent light are understudied.

Today’s the day I usually dig out my foot corns. 99 more words


Simple living: hermits life on Zhongnan Mountain?

Is there such a thing as simple living in modern China? Well, it depends on what you mean by simple living… The simplest way of living in this technology driven world is to escape it. 38 more words

The Culdees

The Culdees (Irish: Céilí Dé, lit. “Companions of God”) were members of ascetic Christian monastic and eremitical communities of Ireland, Scotland, and England in the Middle Ages. 73 more words


Hermits Cove: The Hidden Paradise of Aloguinsan

The place leaves me breathless! I was Definitely in love with the view and it left me in total awe!

The heat of the sun and the struggle we had with the ride of the habal/habal) was entirely worth the struggle.

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Mom's Hermit Recipe


Friday, Sept. 23: A family recipe (if grandma allows, of course!).

Every Christmas my mom would make cranberry nut bread and hermits.  I was never fond of the cranberry nut bread, but I love hermits. 125 more words


the enchanted pathway of a stymied hermit

The hermit didn’t like visitors. What hermit does? Yet still they trooped to his house, knocking on his door and disturbing his solitude. Would you like to buy some cookies? 197 more words

The Patron Saint of Outcasts

…and, gosh, do we need his help right now.

Today is the feast of Saint Giles, one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers, miracle-worker and hermit. A vegetarian, Saint Giles lived on plants and berries and his sole companion was a hind. 78 more words