Publishing someone’s death is no small thing. It takes great thought and consideration for the circumstances.
This video took my breath away. Sometimes nature’s majesty sneaks up on you.
I’ll be talking about Paganism in this post. It’s a tricky subject for me to navigate because I don’t self-identify as a pagan, but many of my core beliefs are tied to Paganism. The thing about this video that really gets me is how it starts off as one thing. I’m educated, I’m trustworthy. Let’s all work together. Then it gets all slippery at the end with subtle messages and innuendos.
The other day I posted a video featuring a young woman, Albany Rose, and her husband speaking out against the New Age Movement…
I’m going to share some of my stories here because I’m just one person. If all these women told me they were raped, how many more are there that haven’t told me. How many do you know?
We’ve all heard, “That which does not kill me makes me stronger.” Yes, that’s true, but why? How? It makes us stronger because we can use the perspective we gain to grow in our soul journey, and to share with others in compassion and love.
Three years ago there were a ton of videos dissuading the curious from Paganism through negative (and sometimes combative) rhetoric. Fast-forward a few years and a whole lot has changed
I feel blessed that I don’t have an irrational fear of animals. As a kid, I never learned that snakes are gross, bats are evil, or that bees are dangerous.
I remember the first time I heard Charis talk about Fairies. I was tossed right back into skepticism. As though THAT’S where I drew the line. It’s been several months since I first scoffed at Charis’s mention of fairies.