Religion and Politics

Terrorism and Tea

I never thought, as a child That I’d spend my 40s Responding to mass shootings With making tea and coffee cake Staring out the window at the mountains But here we are Our nation has thoroughly descended into stochastic terrorism Our government’s leaders are profiting […]

There Is Only Service

I find I’m frequently watching a debate from the sidelines in the last couple of years – a debate that keeps being repackaged in different ways, but carries a familiar discomfort for me as it is hauled out into the light again and again. It’s […]

Pagan Identity and the Plague of White Supremacy

I began this post in June of this year, right before spending a summer completely inundated with rather stressful events in my life and in the nation.  As much as I greatly desired to blog, I’ve been battling the kind of exhaustion that comes with […]