Monthly Archives: September 2011

Andersonville links three generations

My grandfather’s interest in Civil War history was, I expect, heightened by reading his wife’s grandfather’s diary of service in the Union army. I remember reading the titles of history books on the shelves in my grandparents’ apartment in the … Continue reading

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Grounding through a mineral ritual

While participating in a ritual is often a transformational experience, I’m finding that even helping out at a ritual can be nourishing. Last night Glenn led a group of five people through a mineral ritual at Sky Lake Lodge in … Continue reading

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God and the people, after the flood

Horses are escaping through a broken fence. I cut through the neighbor’s yard, and his dogs nip at me. I protect myself with a couch cushion from the horse owner’s house. I’m slogging through the mud on the road back … Continue reading

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