This fits me so well right now because of the problems I am having with my internet provider. Got a new modem for faster speed a week ago and first, it slowed my computer down than just quit working. This morning I had to reset it twice already while trying to do posts. At least the service provider kept my signal strong enough to post today and schedule one for tomorrow in case it goes out on me again. I live in a medium size town that is a suburb of Chicago, Illinois it seems to me I should not have as many internet issues as I do. Oh well, all I can say is it will get better from here and stay this way or else the service provider won’t be to happy….witchy cackle
Until we meet again dear sisters and brothers may your lives be blessed with all positive and great things.
Love ya, Lady Beltane
This Chuckle for Your Day is geared more towards our readers in the USA.
If my brain is mush after doing our income taxes today, I’ll post the Goddess Knowledge card tomorrow. Wish me luck this is an annual chore I dislike doing even when I went to college to become an accountant and then getting my Tax Preparers ID. Which thankfully has expired so all those “friends” who came to me to do their taxes for a small fee, which they took to mean free, have not called me in 2 years for tax preparation. Now do get mine and my hubby’s’ done today.
I sincerely hope you get to do something a lot more fun then what I have to do.
Blessed be dear ones.
Bubble, Bubble, Toil, and Trouble
As Witches or Pagans we do not need four walls, a roof, doors, and Windows to make our church. All we need is a quite place in nature be it our yard, a forest, by a body of water even if it is just a small trickling creek, etc. Or a place in our home to sent up a permanent or even a non-permanent altar to ask a Goddess and/or God to hear our prayers, help us work a magickal spell and/or ritual.
We do not need a book of specific songs to sing to or about our deities. All we need is our voice and to allow ourselves to sing or chant whatever words come to us to let a Goddess or God or both know what they mean to us as an individual. We do now need another book that tells us how we should be living.
We do not need to show off to other people we are a “put your choice of a main stream religion here.” We live our chosen spiritual path and walk in all aspects of our lives every day.
We do not need one specific day of the week to go into a building to “worship” our God. We can do it any day and place; although we do not worship our deities like main stream religions instead we ask them for help and give them an offering, as simple as pouring some water onto the ground, to thank the God and/or Goddess and/or the Element(s) for their help. We do not need a specific God to ask to save our immortal soul after committing a ‘sin’ and because we asked and it was forgiven by him weare are free from whatever wrong we did including murdering another person. We take the responsibility when we haves wronged another living being on Mother Earth an we go directly to the human, Animal,bird, etc and ask for giveness.
We do not need a specific religious dogma to follow. We have many pagan spiritual paths that We many just one to follow or we many pick and chose from more then one path to incorporate as our spiritual and magical path. The way we chose to practice The Old Ways or the more modern Neo-Paganism may change and evolve over time the only constant thing in your Magickal and Spiritual path is YOU!
Just a few things to think about until we meet again. Blessed be dearn
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This comes from an author who’s fourth book I am consulting on so the parts about witches and witchcraft stay as real as possible and to feature us as help. kind people. Instead of the stereotypical way almost all media does. Her name is Lisa.
“A witch who is bored might do ANYTHING.
People said things like ‘we had to make our own amusements in those days’ as if this signified some kind of moral worth, and perhaps it did, but the last thing you wanted a witch to do was get bored and start making her own amusements, because witches sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.”
― Terry Pratchett, Legends 1
I realize not everyone who reads Coven Life watches Dr. Who but I love his explanation of how time really works. You Whovians that read this will get it right off the bat of how we can make Me Time every day without using the TARDIS.
I’m always on the lookout this time of year as society turns one of our Sabbats into a secular day to find Witchy knick-knacks, coffee cups, or anything that as a witch I think is appropriate to own…plus I have a thing for collecting unusual coffee mugs and cups. Here is one of the two cups I have found this year…’
Blessings of love and peacefulness dear sisters and brothers.