Countdown to Earth Day 2016: #4 Let Yourself Grieve

Grief is a natural and healthy reaction to the human desecration of the earth and its biosphere. Avoidance of grief reinforces the pattern of psychological repression and conspicuous consumption that is the status quo. So one thing you can do to honor the Earth this Earth Day is to let yourself grieve. [Read more…]

Mistakes I’ve made (on both sides): Atheists and Theists under the Big Tent of Paganism

Theists and atheists have always disagreed and they always will. And that goes for theistic Pagans and atheistic Pagans too. I’ve been on both sides of the argument — which means I’ve made mistakes on both sides. [Read more…]

The Grass is Always Greener: What Unitarianism is and what I wish it were

Sometimes, going to my Unitarian church on Sundays feels like an act of “spiritual suicide.” I am grateful for what Unitarianism is, even while I wish it could be more. [Read more…]

The questions that led me to Neopaganism

When I left the Mormon church, I felt a strong need to justify myself.  A Mormon can request to have their name removed from the church records by putting the request in writing.  You don’t have to state your reason, but I wanted to, so I wrote a lengthy letter (10 pages) itemizing my issues.  [Read More…]


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