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I’m not as young as I used to be…

Triple Goddess altar with Ganesh incense burner. Photo by RevKess

Triple Goddess altar with Ganesh incense burner. Photo by RevKess

(by RevKess)

I’ve spent most of the last three months trying to figure out what to write about for my fourth entry to Pagan Activist. Since September I have traveled out to Colorado to visit my Mother Coven, I’ve spent time with my mother. I’ve worked long and hard at my bills-paying-job, and I’ve spent many hours putting together programming for both my podcast and the community radio station I volunteer at. Since September the United States (and recently Australia) has seen protests, mass shootings, hostage situations and police brutality. Since September the Pagan world has seen many wonderful things, and many not so wonderful things. The New Alexandrian Library has completed construction on the first dome, Raven and Stephanie Grimassi have seen the love (and indifference) offered up to them in a time of need, my old pal and brother Zaracon has seen the miracle of funding a dream for his dying sister.

I could write on any of these topics and many others. I could write about the Winter Solstice (for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere).  I could even go about writing something predicting changes and wonders in the Pagan community for 2015. But I’m not going to do that. You can go just about anywhere in the Pagan blogosphere and read about any and all of these topics. That’s not why you come to PA.

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