Monthly Archives: March 2012

Gods in America

What does American paganism look like to me? A lot like this… this remarkable statue of The Great God Pan was created by George Gray Barnard, sculptor and architect (he designed The Cloisters), and now resides at Columbia University in … Continue reading

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A phrase out of context

…you that love language, measure wind/in stanzas… – Rumi This lovely image is from Rumi’s poem “Remembering Egypt”. In context, it speaks to recalling the Exodus as an antidote to too much concern with the things of this world… but … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

Forgive us for repelling people by the way we set a good example. – Vivian Pomeroy

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Just the first frame

Here’s a site I just discovered – Just the First Frame, basically a link site of comics the site owners like from around the web… I’ll let you figure out what they show! :) (discovered courtesy of the good folks … Continue reading

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Some Plato, yo

Here’s something a bit different – an analysis of the influence of Plato on Jay-Z’s lyrics… No Church in the Wild

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We dance

I was just reminded of one of my favorite religion-related quotes, courtesy of John Dougill at the Green Shinto blog… as originally reported in Joseph Campbell’s book Oriental Mythology, a Shinto priest was asked by a Western academic about the … Continue reading

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