September 16, 2021

Learning is a process and none of us get it all right the first time. So when we realize that something we believe or do is wrong, unhelpful, or outdated, we change it. Read more

September 14, 2021

Praying in public is a challenge. How do you pray in a way that honors and respects your sacred traditions, and that is also inclusive of others who follow different traditions? I offered this as the morning prayer in last Sunday’s service at Denton UU. Read more

September 12, 2021

One of the core themes of the Autumn Equinox is balance. We need warmth and cold, growth and rest, sunshine and rain. Could we truly appreciate pleasure if we never experienced pain? But some of us like the dark, and we welcome its return. Read more

September 9, 2021

Twitter has been arguing about standard meanings vs. intuitive readings in Tarot readings. Rather than deconstructing the “debate” I’d rather start with a clean sheet of paper. Where do these meanings come from? And more importantly, what works best? Read more

September 7, 2021

Repressive governments understand the power of art. So do artists. What are your skills? Where is your passion? What is your vision? Share it with the rest of the world. Make good art. Read more

September 5, 2021

It’s difficult to accept that the future you thought was coming – a future you wanted – isn’t coming at all. I don’t like this. But despair doesn’t help things get better, and it doesn’t help us deal with it. So it’s time to get moving. Read more

September 2, 2021

Some people say we should try to become the best versions of ourselves that we can be. Others say we’re just fine the way we are and we don’t need to change anything. I think they’re both right. Read more

August 31, 2021

Tyson Chase, who blogged as Salt City Pagan on the Patheos Agora blog, has left Paganism for Agnostic-Atheism. If that’s where he belongs, I respect his decision and I’m genuinely happy for him. But I’ve examined the evidence and I’ve come to a very different conclusion. Read more

August 29, 2021

Do magic deeply enough for long enough and you’ll find there’s a price on the back end: change. Deep, costly change. But I can’t imagine doing anything else. Read more

August 26, 2021

Kristoffer Hughes’ new book on Cerridwen is a work of scholarship and a work of devotion, from the perspective of someone native to the land and language of Wales. Highly recommended. Read more

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