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Releasing Stress

Today for some reason I was feeling an overwhelming amount of stress for the day, which normally doesn’t occur for me. I think it may be because I have focused extremely hard on achieving my goal of not biting my fingernails for the next month, so the stress was actually manifesting in my life. 396 more words


Christians are under assault at home and abroad

By Tom Quiner

“Have you ever been assaulted for being Christian?”

The Quiner’s Diner reader posing this question suggests that Christian persecution is nothing compared to transgender persecution.

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The Winter Solstice

“So, for those curious about pagan versions of Christmas carols, or those seeking them to sing for yourselves or your own children, I’m going to post the lyrics I grew up with.” 6 more words


Students Share Celebrations and Frustrations

By Kaylin Cullum, Editor-in-Chief

With more than 4,000 varied and unique belief systems in the world, it’s hard to imagine common ground, but “communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.” 571 more words

East Central University

Nazi Goths Fuck Off: It Is Time to Shut Down Death in June, Again

So as followers of this blog will note, we have stayed closely to the more fringe elements of white nationalism and the far right.  This means looking towards various Third Positionist movements, National Anarchism, racial paganism, and, of course, neo-folk and related musical genres.  863 more words


Students Share Their Spiritual Beliefs

PART ONE: Hinduism, Islam and Neo-Paganism

By Kaylin Cullum, Editor-in-Chief

East Central University boasts over 60 student organizations, seven of which are religious or faith-based. Every one of those religious or faith-based organizations is some denomination of Christian. 570 more words

East Central University

Tarot 101

As we pass Hallowe’en (Samhain) and the days of the dead come to a close, I want to take this time to talk about tarot and clear up some misconceptions about it. 513 more words