Although I have been in the Pagan community for the past ten years (and more of a lurker prior to that) I’ve never seen such a huge level of hostility in regards to (edit) ‘Ecclectic’ Wiccans. Wicca became a recognized religion in the states. There are some ‘legal’ Wiccan churches in Canada. Wicca as first … [Read more…]
Not too long ago I wrote a post ” One Path, Two Tools, or Confessions of an Anglipaganostic“. It seemed to make so much sense. Simplifying this inner battle. Things are never that simple it would seem. I have so much faith and hope in the Progressive Christian Movement. I especially have great faith and … [Read more…]
🙂 four different views of crocuses from my yard 🙂
I think I’m probably too tired to write this post, however I’m going to do it anyhow. First of all I want to thank the Universalist Fellowship of the Sacred Path – my fellow clergy and friends there who are supportive of me and my journey (as I am equally supportive of them). It’s amazing … [Read more…]
I’m glad They all seem to get along.
As always, amazingly expressed. <3
The air is quite dry right now. Cold Northeastern wind blowing down across the valley and out to the coast. White snow like confectioners sugar blowing across the roads, pushing up in small fine heaps along the curb. Not adhering to anything. Just moving. With the wind. Wind chimes are all singing. The house creaks … [Read more…]
Sometimes I come across blogs or books that contain gems which I can resonate so deeply it’s almost ridiculous. It’s comforting because when that happens, when we find resonance in the experience of another, it strengthens the realization of our interconnectedness. This post http://www.bishopinthegrove.com/unexpected-immediacy-god/ is one of those. Teo Bishop’s struggle he went through during this … [Read more…]