Category: Myth

Passover

After a year of Covid-19, Passover has new meaning. Even if you are not Jewish, consider celebrating this holiday on Saturday.

Persephone Returns!

This season marks the end of an extended 12-month winter. A hero’s journey for us all. Happy Spring Equinox, Friends!

Holy Home

“The place where you are standing is holy ground” (Exodus 3:5) There is a saying that the body is a temple, usually referred to when considering what we consume or the activities in which we engage. But what about where our body temple resides?… Continue Reading “Holy Home”

Janus: Looking Forward, Looking Back

As the new year begins, it looks a lot like the year that just ended. Yes, we have a vaccine now for Covid19, but the success of it will take many months to change our current situation. And that is only if everyone gets… Continue Reading “Janus: Looking Forward, Looking Back”

Doggie Dad: The Archetypal Father

The role of the Father—at least archetypally—is to encourage the child to leave home, to have an adventure and discover a new world for themselves. He prepares the child to become an adult and find home separate from Mom.

Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily

Valley of the Temples is a must-visit UNESCO site in southern Sicily. And walking it during Covid19, when few people were around, was truly incredible.

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