Tag Archives: Pagan

Let us give thanks for living through another December!

  The changing of the calendar year does not inspire me to celebrate. My “new year” comes at the end of autumn, as the trees—at the height of their high def beauty—drop their leaves and turn inward, surrendering to the … Continue reading

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Imbolc Blessings

May Brighid’s Flame strengthen you May Brighid’s Shield protect you May Brighid’s Mantle enfold you to keep you warm May Brighid’s healing hands be above you May Brighid’s healing hands be below you May Brighid’s healing hands be behind you … Continue reading

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Happy Mixed Metaphor Season

We’re heading into my favorite holiday season of the year – Spring – when traditional religious and Pagan symbolism become strange bedfellows for a few weeks.  Nothing tickles me pastel pink like a barely budding tree covered in egg ornaments. … Continue reading

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After the fire (Previously published in 2000).

I am a Jew, of the utmost reformed category. I grew up in a Jewish household. I went to synagogue on the High Holy Days. I went to Hebrew school until I made my Bar Mitzvah at 13, when I … Continue reading

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A Heart-Centered Holiday Anthem (with gratitude to Dar Williams)

It’s called The Christians and the Pagans. The Christians And The Pagans

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