Pagan Tea Time: Get Face to Face

Pagan Tea Time: Get Face to Face January 19, 2014

Are you a Pagan blogger or writer, or do you regularly comment on blogs? What would it be like to get to know some of your debate partners face to face?

Consider this an invitation to ground your Pagan intellectual community in something more than words on a screen.

During the month of February, if you write online, make a date to have a cup of tea (or food or drink of your choice) with another writer or commenter. Even better, be daring, and make it someone you’ve argued with. Those of you who are attending PantheaCon will have numerous opportunities to eat and drink and talk together in person, and I hope you will take them! But for those who won’t be there, I invite you to take a risk: e-mail someone (or more than one!) whose voice you’ve never heard before and ask them for an hour of their time via video chat (or failing that, phone). Get a glimpse of their pets or babies or partners. Show off your altar or your book collection or the way the sunlight slants into your kitchen. Put away your debates for a while and take the time to talk. Debates can come later.

If you participate, please write something about it online (respecting your chat partners’ privacy, of course!). And if you’re open to making a chat date or two, feel free to take this graphic for your blog or site.

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