Naturalizing: Bringing Our Practice Home

Much of North American paganism is influenced by imagined European ancestral practice, even when the landscape, weather patterns, and wildlife are significantly different. This week, Traci challenges us to naturalize, and put our practice where our bodies are! [Read more…]

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Returning To America : Place As Cultural Experience

This week Traci shares her thoughts on returning to America, and experiencing the culture and sense of place found in the American city of Boston. [Read more…]

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Japan’s Fukushima Disaster and Its Impact on Fish in the Pacific Northwest

For the most part, those of us that love wild seafoods from the Pacific Northwest don’t have to worry — at least, not about radiation from the Fukushima nuclear reactor. Sadly, it is Japan that suffers the most from Fukushima’s meltdown. As I give thanks to the Great Salmon for their life-giving abundance, I offer up prayers for the people and land of Japan. [Read more…]

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The Weight Of A University

Last week I found myself on the Glasgow University campus and was struck by the feel of it. The area taken up by University buildings, old and new, is quite large, and the whole of it has a certain weight to it. There’s a sense of something deep there. Some of the University buildings are [Read More…]

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People and Place

Do people make a place the way it is or does a place shape the people who live there? [Read more…]

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Celebrating Dissent

Today, Americans celebrate their heritage as dissenters and rabble rousers, but just what is this ‘patriotism’ thing all about? [Read more…]

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Distracting you with flowers

Niki shares pictures of pretty flowers in her yard. [Read more…]

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