Tag Archives: Doctrine & Practice

A new year, a Pagan perspective

The beginning of the new year is a good time to sit down and review the past year that we are leaving behind, in order to gain the perspective we need to make the next year the best it can be. This past year for American paganism has been an active one, as we struggle in many ways for a larger sense of community while also trying to retain the unique qualities of each different tradition and group.

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Buddhist intentions for 2013

As 2013 approaches, I am considering more and more the consequences of my actions. More accurately my inaction. I have spent a great deal of time thinking of myself as a Buddhist who has few worldly attachments, kind actions, and a generous spirit.

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Two Christian realities for 2013

Most of the time resolutions relate to ways we would like to change our life but have failed to do so far. If all we do is make the resolution then we are only reminding ourselves of our failure.

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My resolution: Discipline in prayer

If I wanted to make a resolution (and I do, but they don't usually keep the whole year), I would say: "discipline in prayer." So much of my spiritual life is, like the rest of my life, filled with chaos and unpredictability.

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