Monthly Archives: December 2015

I love you, but I do not like you very much right now.

“We fell in love, despite our differences, and once we did, something rare and beautiful was created.” – Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook One time when my wife and I calmed down from a passionate disagreement (mind you, we are both … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Winter Solstice as a Contemporary Pagan

Because Contemporary Paganism is a new religion that is only just now integrating second generation practitioners, most of us grew up with the same secular images of the holidays that included Christmas trees, reindeer, and, of course, Santa Claus. We … Continue reading

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Faith and Belief in Wicca

If you ask most people, they’ll tell you that faith, belief, and knowing are the same thing, especially when dealing with matters of religion. Beliefs are things that we are thoroughly convinced of. Beliefs are based on sound logic and … Continue reading

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Spiritual Growth During the Winter Cycle

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” ― Albert Camus The Abrahamic religions practice that time is linear, beginning with the act of creation by God and that time will end … Continue reading

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Solstice Trivia Bingo at the Kansas Coffee Coven

Thanks to everyone that played Solstice Trivia Bingo at the Kansas Coffee Coven on Wednesday.  I had a lot of fun and I hope you did to. For those that are interested, here is the trivia questions.  I did NOT … Continue reading

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Religious Diversity in Contemporary Paganism

Contemporary Paganism is a very diverse religion with a correspondingly broad spectrum of beliefs about the nature of the Divine. It does not derive from a single vision or a single doctrine. There is no definitive Pagan creed or universally authoritative … Continue reading

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