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The real and complicated history of Thanksgiving

The real and complicated history of Thanksgiving

The real and complicated history of Thanksgiving By Daniela Ubeda   Every November in elementary school—while we crafted Native American headdresses out of construction paper—my teachers would tell us the story of the Pilgrims who sailed the Mayflower to America,...

Rituals

Rituals

Exploring Ritual Anne Peterson   When someone mentions witches, what’s the first thing you think of? Wart-covered faced women, flying around on broomsticks? Bubbling cauldrons? Spooky sacrifices? One thing that comes to my mind is: rituals. But more like the...

Boo!!!

Boo!!!

Boo!!! By Ellen Snortland Boo! It’s once again Halloween, with its assortment of ghouls, goblins, and witches. My question is: why are witches considered wicked Halloween characters? Wouldn’t the creepier ones be the Inquisition boys, especially the ones with...

What the HECK is Boundary Week?!

What the HECK is Boundary Week?!

I mean, really, how do you know what the boundary is? I know what I’m supposed to say, but how do I know I’m right about where the boundary line is? How do I set my boundaries and not trample on others’ boundaries, or worse, leave others hurt or feeling bad? 

We Have a Winner!

We Have a Winner!

Shared by Ken Gruberman, Goddess Guide Hubby Extraordinaire The experience was like nothing I’ve ever experienced! We were part of an amazing mix of people either nominated for, or receiving, awards: from barely-known indie journalists to big names like Henry Winkler...

Goddess Talk: A Girl Far From Normal

Goddess Talk: A Girl Far From Normal

Goddess Guide Robyn Marin shares with us some of her journey to discovering herself as Goddess, including some excerpts from her Autobiographical One Women Play “A Girl Far From Normal” Robyn started her journey in life growing up in Normal, Illinois through her play...

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