Monthly Archives: January 2011

Tribal and Tolerant

There is a poem by William Blake called All Religions are One. (you can read it here.) He makes the argument that all religions are the same, an idea that has continued to influence our culture since the enlightenment. My … Continue reading

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One vs Many

In the time of ancient Sumer, there were many cities, and each city had their gods. Each god presided over different matters and each required their sacrifices and rituals. They were completely separate beings. The Egyptians – who lived in … Continue reading

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Pundits and Pagans

I have a television in my kitchen. It’s on a turn table so I can watch it while I’m cooking, or turn it and watch while I’m eating lunch at the breakfast bar. ‘Tis true I can live with out … Continue reading

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The Chicken and the Witch

It began with a simple chicken recipe trotting around my head at 5:30 am. Part out the chicken leaving the skin on. Sauté some onions, carrots, and celery and toss into a crock pot. Then add a cup of uncooked … Continue reading

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