Monthly Archives: August 2011

Is It Knee Jerk?

Or the very fine line between dip shit and dipped in shit I want to know when when the moniker extremist and/or alarmist transforms into common sense pragmatism. See, where I come from is an unbroken tradition of activists who … Continue reading

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What Is My Part and How Do I Know?

Civilizations have come and gone. Written language has failed us when it comes to passing on the essential knowledge required to create stable societies and sustainable cultures. Word of mouth and storytelling, the oral traditions and intergenerational cultures that do … Continue reading

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First Harvest

For pagans throughout time, the first part of what we call August, was a setting for reverie, feasting and giving thanks for the abundance that surrounds us. Ironically, fortunes dwindle in the stock market, foreclosures are still surging and the … Continue reading

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What Do We Owe Future Generations?

This question bags us to listen to our true selves. The ones that we feel resonance with, but whom society has molded into “productive members”. Do we want to be known for only our wins and losses, our reliance on … Continue reading

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