15 Facts of Being a Visually Impaired Witch

I'm visually impaired (VI) and a practicing witch, with emotional disorders. I'm sure some of you wonder what that's like. Well, here are some facts to ponder. I bet you wouldn't guess some of them.1. I was terrified to light incense for the longest time because I can't see that skinny little stick looking straight down at it. Until I discovered those short Japanese incense sticks. Those were so manageable that I got used to the bigger ones pretty quickly.2. It's hard to dance around in … [Read more...]

Psychedelic Breakthrough

by Chris Johnson theartofchrisjohnson.com

This piece was planned while the artist was in a mental institution. They posted on Reddit saying, "I cannot use traditional paint mediums, I have very weak lungs because of a childhood accident where I was exposed to high levels of chlorine. I could not participate in sports, or any other childhood fun, but in my isolation I started to make artwork. I had to drop out of art school because in every painting class I would be sneezing out blood and red phlemb. This made me very depressed for some … [Read more...]

Signs – A New Restaurant in Toronto Hires Only Deaf Waiters

Ioanna Roumeliotis visits Signs, Canada's first restaurant staffed with deaf waiters. … [Read more...]

Deep Sea Diving in a Wheelchair

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A Pagan in the Pew

Walter Plant courtesy of www.walterplant.com

How did I, a Unitarian Universalist Pagan, end up at a Christian church listening to a gospel concert? Well, my mother is a Lay Minister at Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church. Though I don’t believe as they do, I do believe in the importance of socializing and keeping an open mind. Besides, Mom said Walter Plant was a good performer.For those of you who may not know, a Pagan is someone who participates in one or more types of Paganism. There are many different branches and belief systems. T … [Read more...]


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