Monthly Archives: January 2016

On Strength

Vulnerability is not expecting safety when you reveal yourself. Vulnerability is revealing yourself and being ready, with kindness for yourself and for your partner for any answer they may have. This is why vulnerability practised this way, cannot be weakness; it … Continue reading

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Three Frenemies

Introduction: This piece is one in a chronological series. Feel free to find the others here, and to browse through any companion piece, set in the same universe.  Witches 1. Three Frenemies 2. Fall Coven Meet 3. BeingLovedAgain 4. The Fourth Witch Goddesses 5. … Continue reading

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Dawkins, Shingles, a Penknife, and Pickled Mango/Ginger

The other day, I wrote a post on how valuing intentions can be a radically compassionate act. I’ve written too in a previous post about how Christmastime has been generally a very beautiful and meaningful time for me, and how reclaiming … Continue reading

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Valuing Intentions: A Radically Compassionate Act

Update: I have written a companion piece to this post, describing practical ways in which valuing intentions have manifested in my own life. You can find it here. So often in social justice movements, I see this chant being leveled … Continue reading

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