With so many away from home this season, I wanted to post this. It was written by a Brit but applies to so many on foreign deserts and battlefields. I post this to honor my youngest son, who is in Af…
Started this discussion. Last reply by MJ Dec. 22, 2010.
Taking a Back Seat: the Male Role in a Goddess Religion By Jeffrey W. Moore, the Souljourner I was raised in an interesting spiritual household, with a shamanic father and a Lutheran mother. While…
Started Dec. 16, 2010
Here we are in an Internet community. Everyone here has some type of background: as a seeker, student, initiate, priestess, priest, solitary, covener, magus, practitioner, etc. ad naseum. Most will t…
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mikel Dec. 31, 2010.
I have heard it said that the Goddess will present you with a life changing, never easy, never simple confrontation in your life with every degree of initiation that you will face.
I have three ex-wives and I have given away three houses. I have six children who will not speak with me. I have at least five grandchildren who I have never met.
I have invested myself in a career that I can no longer work. I am relying on my loving wife to support our house and bless her, she is…Continue
I just hijacked this from Adult Pagans, not sure whe the author is.
The 12 steps to Fluffy Bunny recovery
1. We admitted that we are powerless over our fluffieness. That our lives have become annoying to ourselves and others
2. We came to belive in a power greater than ourselves that could save us from Fluffieness ( and it is not Silver Ravenwolf )
3. We made a decision to turn our lives over to the care of the GOD and the GODDESS as we undertand…
Something I love about myself. This one is simple in a convoluted way. I love that I have the ability to move people with my writing. While I hate that I can cause harm with my words, I love that I can teach, tell stories, relate ideas and move people emotionally when I write from the heart or thought rather than from gut-level reaction.