Explanation: A mother talks to her autistic child about 9/11.

The is a guest post which first appeared on Facebook from my long time friend Jennifer Gibbs who lives in the St. Louis area with her husband and three children. Her words to her daughter reminded me to see the tragedy in my life with a new point of view. I hope it inspires you [Read More…]

A Little Project: Support for Pagan Parents of Preemies by Janet Callahan

by guest author Janet Callahan According to the March of Dimes, 12.8% of births in the United States are premature – less than 37 weeks gestation. In most developed countries, it’s a little less, 5-9%. The reason for premature birth is never determined in fully half of those births. Still, that’s a lot of babies [Read More…]

Pagan and Crazy

“First, I learned to be honest about my limitations, not only with myself, but also with others. It could be argued that if I hadn’t told anyone about my illness, they might never have known, but that wouldn’t have done me any favors.” [Read more…]

Growth and Advice in Paganism

The first lesson is to find a path that fits you. If there is something that doesn’t seem quite right about the path, don’t take it. This requires researching the various roads of Paganism and mainstream religions. Yes, I said mainstream. For although you might not be compatible with one sect, or even one religion of the big three, some other sect or religion might be your calling. [Read more…]

How To Be a Practicing Pagan with a Chronic Illness

Guest Author: Nobby First Published at the Witches’ Voice on August 1st. 2010 Reposted with the author’s permission. I have a chronic illness and all the healing magic, alternative medicines, herbs or conventional medicine can’t make a lick of difference. My illness, while chronic and incurable, is also non-life threatening which is good. but does [Read More…]