Monthly Archives: August 2010


Megaera, beloved companion and friend, farewell. May Goddess Bast take your spirit into Her loving care. b. 1995, d. August 28, 2010, 9:00 AM in the arms of her human. Advertisements

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Two nights ago at the pool, the air was as hot as the water; last night the air was noticeably cooler, and this morning there was actually an edge of chill in the breeze. Summer is far from done with … Continue reading

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Druish again?

I seem to be moving away from having whatever-theism define my path (I’m hesitant to call it a “faith” at this point)… questions of hard or soft polytheism, vs. panentheism, vs. monotheism, no longer interest me in the slightest. Starhawk’s … Continue reading

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sometimes I wonder…

how anyone can actually be a monotheist, at least of the kind that believes they have THE handle on God.

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commonplace book

Some people never say the words ‘I love you’ It’s not their style to be so bold; Some people never say the words ‘I love you’ But like a child, they’re longing to be told… – Paul Simon

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a sanctuary in time?

Heschel wrote of the Sabbath as a “sanctuary in time”, and contrasted the Jewish sanctification of time with the “pagan” sanctification of place. It seems to me, though, that – since most American Jews don’t observe the Sabbath, but do … Continue reading

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