LOL *pokes Sang teasingly*
Now you have to teach me all about Sagittarius, cause I just spent nearly 38 years (this coming Sunday) being Capricorn...
Does that mean I can't be perseverent, introverted, and a loner anymore? :_(
That is wonderful, lovely, loving... everything a mother's words and sentiments should be!... I'm teaching my son the same thing (he'll turn 11 at the end of January)... So many people forget simple truths due to fear and hatred. You just summed up…
They had begun to find dead birds a few days before that final discovery. The finding of 80 birds made the news because it was a very large number, compared to the findings of the days before (those were like, 10-12 birds here and there?).
Hey, in my mother tongue, "experience" and "experiment" are both translated as the same word (that would be expérience). So for some people in the world, scientific scrutiny and personal experience become two facets of the same coin - with the inevi…
I agree with you, Adley, but you see...
My father, for instance, who is a hardcore atheist and sees Science as The Only Thing That Speaks The Truth, will tell you that experience and knowledge are not the same thing. He will say that experience is s…
Mmmhhh... Belief. (Warning: The following shows how my brain works. I agree, it has flaws, and can be dizzying.)
To me (I'm NOT the dictionary, mind you), belief/believing is: "Knowing something to be true."
... and that brings me to the questio…
Evidence like... what? Scientific? Experience-based?
I definitely believe in what I perceive during my devotionals, and during magical workings - I'm experiencing them, you know?
Can they be measured by a scientist? Nah.
I know that some things are…
I'm currently redefining a lot of things in my life, after quite an upheaval at the end of summer, both spiritually and in mundane life. I also have the bad habit of wanting to learn new things all the time... I'm going to have to grow a second head soon LOL
I discovered witchcraft some five years ago, and have felt at home there ever since, mainly because of its spiritual value - I'm not much of a spellcraft person. After a questionable year spent in Correllianism, I have reverted back to eclecticism, and right now, I'm quite comfortable there.
I live with my boyfriend of 12 years, our son, a yorkie, and two budgies, somewhere in the rather cold region of Abitibi, in North-Western Quebec.
"I am not well at all sitting in this chair
And my worse discomfort is a armchair whence one remains
Inevitably I fall asleep and die there
But let me cross the streams on the stepping stones
Jumping, leaving this thing for that one
I find the imponderable balance between those two
It is there without support that I do rest"
---- poem by Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau, translated by me