Tag Archives: paganism

Bringing Joy to My Community

I’m fortunate to be of a naturally positive bent. It’s easy, most of the time, to look on the bright side or at least find a silver lining.

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One Pagan’s Ethics and Self-Care

We are all worthy of care. No one is inherently undeserving. Self-care is a part of self-love, which then becomes the basis for care and love for others. Even those who have committed terrible crimes are worthy of and benefit … Continue reading

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To Hermes

Hermes, now I know why you called to me with rainbows at your feet   My beloved Guide, I am so used to seeing you traveling that I forgot you are a boundary-keeper, too You mark the edges and know … Continue reading

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One Pagan’s Ethics and Sex

Almost nothing incites more controversy than sex. Among pagans, there’s generally a “live and let live” attitude. Yet, we vary widely as to what that means. My own feelings about sex can be summed up in two short phrases: consent … Continue reading

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One Pagan’s Ethics and Enough

I suppose these writings on “enough” are not ethics so much as cosmology. World view. And yet, this is such an essential underpinning of my and other pagans’ way of being in the world and thus extends naturally into ethics. … Continue reading

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Reverence Among Pagans

It took me nearly a decade of paganism to recognize the story I was hearing. Maybe you’ve heard it too. It goes like this.

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