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A conversation with the spirit of TRI

The beech leaves have fallen in thick crunchy drifts. I see how the forest ages into winter from the edges in. I’m trying to see it all my head on a swivel when I realize I can relax put myself … Continue reading

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Costumes, identity, and love

I’ve been debating about it for a while, but I give up: I’m going to blog about social issues, and maybe even (gasp!) politics. I’m already writing about religion. I might as well include the other untouchable subject. And then … Continue reading

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Open-ended promises

Like many Wiccans and Pagans, I was raised Christian. Unusually, I was raised Christian by a father who had a doctorate in theology. Although Dad believed that women couldn’t be pastors, he spent a fair amount of my childhood passing … Continue reading

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