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Christians, Fiction, And Domestic Violence

Late last week, I posted a fictional story titled Jen Fled. It was a short piece for my ‘The Friday Muse’ segment on my blog where I write a short piece of fiction each Friday to discipline myself in writing on a regular basis and to give my followers/readers something new each week. 1,131 more words

David N. Alderman

Tuesday Tarot

I have been excitedly awaiting the Minoan Tarot. I studied the book, which I often do not do, to be honest. Because this deck uses images from a pre-Christian period of history, I thought it was my best bet of getting a deck without the whole original sin/judgement day mentality of many traditional decks.   630 more words

Pagan Life

So It Begins...

How much longer do I have to put up with this uneasy sensation of wishing to be somewhere other than I am?

As usual, I am grappling with agency. 226 more words

Journal Entries

I Shall Be Released (analysis)

Verse 1

They say ev’rything can be replaced
Yet ev’ry distance is not near
So I remember ev’ry face
Of ev’ry man who put me here… 519 more words

Music

Passivity

Love, when applied to our relationships with others, is a verb. It is not a noun, as in a feeling. The good thing about that is you have control over who and how much you love. 359 more words

How I See It

Reluctant, but no longer passive

I am a reluctant activist. Not because I lack passion or belief of the issues at hand, but because I am an introvert and have spent my life avoiding confrontation whenever possible. 609 more words

Activist

Go after it

“You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.”Jack London

I just love this quote. I think it applies to all sorts of inspiration, not just artistic or literary. 376 more words