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The Road Not Taken: Choosing a Non-Traditional University

There’s a reason that Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken is so popular: it speaks to the individual in all of us. It reminds us of the times that we’ve chosen to take a different path. 379 more words

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Pope Francis on learning how to love

This past week’s gospel passages are set in the context of the Last Supper, a moment in which Jesus pours out his heart to those closest to him. 518 more words

Druidry and Gnosis

I have been absent from this blog for some time, rethinking my spiritual path, discerning my soul’s deepest priorities.  From now on I intend to use these posts to feel my way forward, step by step, no doubt with uncertainty at times;  to think aloud about how Druidry can be more than pseudo-historical cosplay and retreat into a safe fantasy world. 536 more words

Blog updates are the poor man's quarterly report.

Here is my mandatory, self-indulgent update about life and its trifles and tripe.

I’ve begun to sorely miss caffeinated drinks (see previous blog).

I’ve begun to miss bloggery. 313 more words

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healing with anxiety, facing the shadow to turn to the light

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What are you bringing on your journey?
What are you setting aside?
What do you seek to change and shift?
Who do you dream of becoming? 394 more words

Tarot & Cartomancy

About a year ago, I made my revolutionary resolution and started visiting a gym. Well, although I could not get a pumped up body due to an accidental disc injury, I learned a lot of things. 406 more words

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ARTY REFLECTIONS OF FISHING BOAT HARBOUR

Here a couple of arty photos. I love the way reflections often become abstractions on water, so here some more water colours shot at the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour on Sunday morning. 6 more words

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