I used to pride myself on being such a practical, organized witch.  Since I started this blog almost one year ago, I have always looked forward to sitting down at my desk to write to you.  I still do.
After pouring myself a hot, strong, and black cup of coffee, I would usually light a long-awaited [...]

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It often takes a lifetime of mediocrity before a human being is able to recognize their own inner voice.  This is the voice that remains consistent and true.  It fills the human heart with the assurance that all is well, and it reminds us that we are far more powerful than we can ever think [...]

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For thousands of years, mankind has formulated many words of wisdom.  In an effort to derive some meaning from our lives, we have effectively incorporated these words into our various ancestral belief systems.  Handing them down to subsequent generations has instilled a sense of comprehension and purpose within our earthly experience.
Being able to explain so [...]

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I am standing at the check-out counter in the 7-11 store when I notice the mood rings arranged in a cardboard display box.  One by one, I begin to try them on for size.  I pretend that I am just occupying my time while the young, tattooed man behind the counter looks for my cigarettes.
I [...]

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The business of being human can be so tedious.  Every morning I remind myself that I do not have to make it through another day.  I get to.
We can spend so much of our energy seeking a genuine connection between our physical self and our divine source, that it often becomes a life-long quest.  The [...]

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When we are young, we readily absorb the words of our teachers.  Like little sponges, we soak up the lessons of those who we spend the majority of our time with.  Of course, parents will always have the first crack at a child’s earthly impressions, but it is often the instructions offered by our school [...]

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