For those of you who haven’t come across the 19th century Japanese word tsundoku, it’s a wonderful term that in my case has resulted in liberation from the guilt of often buying more books than I’m able to read at one time (the English equivalent bibliomania sounds too much like a disease for my taste!). […]Read More Review: Sacred Actions by Dana O’Driscoll
Justice cannot afford to be blind when her tools have been tampered with.Read More Upwellings: Peace in a Time of Fascism
If there’s one thing you take away from this article, it’s this: don’t cede your power to someone who claims to speak for the gods, the land, or the spirits. Forge your own connections. Listen. Breathe. Trust the land itself, trust your ancestors, trust your gods. And question every. single. thing. they tell you.Read More Putting the “P” Back In UPG
A farm girl who wanted to be an archaeologist, and an archaeologist who wants to be a farm girl.Read More The Grass is Always Greener
I’ll be the first one to admit that I’m no theologian. In my youth, those Big Questions–our place in the universe, the nature of the gods…all the mysteries that one sits around discussing at 3 AM in a dorm hallway, noshing on Ritz crackers and EZCheeze–well, frankly, there was a lot more room in my life to think […]Read More Why do the Gods help us?