Archive | March, 2015

We Are Not Alone

by Donna Sinclair There was a time when all my mittens were stiff with candle wax. It was almost a secret signal, a way to discern other protesters. If you hold a vigil for peace outside the office of your Member of Parliament, you are going to drip candle wax on your mitts and down […]

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Autho, Susan McCaslin

What’s So Scary about Words Like “Religion,” “Spirituality” and “Mysticism”?

 by Susan McCaslin This posting originally appeared on the blog of Inanna Publications at The word “religion” can generate more hostility than the other words embedded in the title of this piece, and perhaps rightly so. People mistrustful of religion examine history and notice how many of the major religions have been and continue […]

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