In the last couple of months I have found that I may still have some things to say, but I have also determined that the Executive Pagan “identity” has outlived its usefulness.
I started up a new private blog back in August, just to use as a personal journal, but as it happens I haven’t really done much journaling there… so I have decided to open it up. It will probably be both more personal than this blog, and less narrowly focused; if anyone wants to join me in the journey you’ll be welcome, but be aware that I’ll be writing this one more for myself than for “publication” per se, and probably updating on a much more occasional basis.
So, going forward I can be found at Sightless Among Miracles… come along if you care to.
I realized today that it has been almost a month since I wrote anything, and over two since I wrote anything really worthwhile… and at the moment, I don’t miss it. I don’t know yet whether I’ve said everything I have to say in this venue, but for now I feel the need to open to some deep inner work without the distraction of feeling compelled to blog.
I may or may not be back online at some point, but for now, this is definitely more than an extended blog “vacation”. The archives are not going away, but I’m turning out the lights for now.
Hail and farewell! Be blessed.
I’ve been finding it harder and harder lately to come up with things to write about here Continue reading
I’m working on a new series that I hope to start posting in a couple of days, but for the moment I’ll leave you with this…
Wordle.net has a word cloud generator that I was playing with a bit this morning Continue reading
As you may have noticed from the comments, Kay has tagged me for the latest meme, to list three religions other than your own that interest you, and why. Continue reading
Reading through the frequently myopic comments on Chas Clifton‘s guest post over at The Wild Hunt set me to thinking about how I write here, and what I write about. Continue reading
Fellow blogger Pax has declared June to be International Pagan Values Blogging Month, and is asking any and all pagan bloggers that are interested to (a) jump in and write, obviously; (b) drop him a comment at the original post; and (c) submit their post(s) to Metapagan using the “metapagan.ethics” label. Continue reading
To all the bloggers who inspire me – because you do, constantly. Continue reading
I’m no longer blogging. I’m going to sit under a tree in South America and await enlightenment.