To Beat Depression, Honor Your Victories

At the moment when I felt like I made it, I realized there are four facits of my life that could be called magical, not just my path as a Pagan. First I guess I should clarify what I mean when I say I felt like I made it. My personal blog, the Crimson Crescent [Read More…]

Drawing Strength from Nature: by CJ Blackwood

It is crucial for a witch, or any Earth-spiritual person, to acknowledge, accept, and work with the sources of their natural strength, especially when dealing with physical or mental illness. [Read more…]

Tough Decisions on Disabilities and Abortion

I’ve read on a few different blogs about a serious concern. As the ability to detect disabilities in fetuses continues to advance, will women be more likely to have an abortion? On one side of the argument is those mothers of disabled children who say they wouldn’t change a thing and love their children as [Read More…]

When I Hit Bottom

We were told that we could not adopt. I had been hospitalized for PTSD too recently. I lost it. But in the aftermath, I am helping to raise my sister’s children. We can’t see as much as the Gods see; maybe this is an experience I will need if we are able to adopt later. [Read more…]

Are Americans Misled about Marijuana?

CNN’s Sanjay Gupta: Americans ‘terribly and systematically misled’ about marijuana [Read more…]

Long Dark Contemplation of My Soul Part 2 (possible triggers)

Image: Theatrical masks of Tragedy and Comedy. Mosaic, Roman artwork, 2nd century CE. The piece can be found at the Capitoline Museum in Rome, Palazzo dei Conservatori, first floor, hall of the Horti of Mæcenas. From the Baths of Decius on the Aventine Hill, Rome. Public Domain In The Long Dark Contemplation of My Soul [Read More…]


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