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    Re: Unpopular Opinions.

    -I think most people who have children probably should have had second and third thoughts before they had them.
    -I feel here in America we get the government we deserve.
    -I don't know why the rest...
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    Re: Good and bad deities

    Rowanwood said it for me.
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Frosty horse kisses on freezing cold days. I love the tickle of horse whiskers on the back of my neck and there warm breath saying "I love the food you bring". It's almost the same as saying "I...
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    Re: Is jewellery a spiritual / religious issue ?

    This is pretty much what I think as well. If a person is going to claim to have a connection to nature, they should at least acknowledge what mining does to the earth. Most people don't take...
  5. Re: Writing a paper pertaining to religion...looking for input

    I think we agree on most parts with a couple exceptions, though I don't quite understand what you mean by "The way I understand is to do those things that cause no harm as you will." I'm guess here,...
  6. Thread: Poke Root Salve

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    Poke Root Salve

    We've been making soap like crazy for a few days and finally I have time to get back to harvesting wild medicinals. Today we harvested poke root and made salve. This is a big seller at my store,...
  7. Re: Atheist Paganism equated to just being called a 'witch'?

    I use the term secular witch as appose to atheist pagan. If you are not a witch, you are not a witch. I am not a pagan (I can't believe in one god so I can't see how I would believe in many) so I...
  8. Re: Writing a paper pertaining to religion...looking for input

    First you have to answer why people are considered to be good or bad? Then you would have to tell me why our own mistakes should not get us harmed. If I only ever tried to help people and animals...
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    Re: Last Movie Watched?

    After tourist season is over here our local movie theater closes down one or two days a month and just lets the locals come in an show their movies for free. We have a good time. The last time was...
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    Re: How do you feel about getting old?

    I never look at life as I'm getting older but in the changes that I am going through. I am retiring in the next 4 weeks from a career that I spent my whole life building. Now I am starting over...
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    Re: student Research and Study on Paganism

    I would think a study like this would be skewed slightly, as often the people who respond to questionnaires that ask about prejudice right away are the people who either have had prejudices aimed at...
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    Rattlesnake Plantain

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    One of our evergreens of the dry forests, rattlesnake plantain leaves make a good tea for helping to stop a cold in its tracks or shorten the duration of one if it's already made itself to...
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    Re: Were the Gods once human?

    Since I believe that gods are representations of the human inability to say "I don't know" I have to say that when written one way, the gods were never human. When written another way they were. I...
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    Sticky: Re: Describe your path

    To answer the second part first;

    I have no deity beliefs so no gods or goddesses for me. Rituals are whatever is needed at the time. For the most part it is a "barter" of sorts. I'll do for...
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    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Love this!

    My sister gave my Tardis soap molds for my b-day last spring. I made soap and gave them to all my friends who enjoy the Doctor. Then I put a bar of it in the guest bathroom. My great...
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    Witch Hazel in the Snow

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    We had a bit of snow last night, which will be gone by afternoon, but here's the witch hazel blooms in the snow. I harvested the bark I would need last week. It's not something I worry too...
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    Re: Gathering Late Autumn Wild Medicinals

    Thank you, I just needed to share the morning because it was such a lovely one.
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    Re: Do spirits watch us......ummmm

    Well, if they're interested, yes. But it's like you walking through a store. Do you actually see what everyone else is doing down to the last detail? If one of those people took something could...
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    Re: Name the animal you're most drawn to

    I thought I was awake, but having read this and almost spit out my tea giggling I found out I wasn't. :D

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    It really depends because I enjoy working with so many animals. ...
  20. Thread: Hunting

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    Re: Hunting

    Tomorrow is opening day for rifle season. I am mainly a bow hunter myself (I get the woods to myself during bow season), but I do go out hunting rifle just because it is tradition. My dad gave me...
  21. Thread: Home Brewin'

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    Re: Home Brewin'

    We brew really, really old fashion beers, wines and meads. I also have a stillroom that is used for brewing other things as well. I come from a long line of Jonny Hollow makers. That's a northern...
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    Gathering Late Autumn Wild Medicinals

    In case I have never said this, I love my life. :D

    I spent the morning gathering some wild medicinals from the woods on the farm. It was a wonderfully peaceful morning and I thought I would...
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    Re: Being alone in your path...

    I'm a skeptic...sorry...I don't believe or disbelieve in things unless I have some proof. Of course I may disbelieve in something if it scientifically impossible but not just because it has no proof...
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    Re: follow your gut or the rule book?

    Oh heck, Rowanwood, people can get excited about just about anything. ;) It's who we are. I've seen people get excited about which cow produces the best milk. Of course I didn't think anyone was...
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    Re: Being alone in your path...

    To me we each bring our life experiences to our spirituality. Because no two people live the same life no two spiritualties can be the same. This happens even in mainstream religions. I know good...
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