Tag Archives: tradition

Flip Side

As they say, “There is always a flip side to every coin.” I have already written about how it is the elite, within any culture, that forms, frames, and defines that culture. The Patriarchy defined woman, but also defined man … Continue reading

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Kali – Stone #14

Tipped wheelbarrow Spilling impatiens Satisfying summer tradition

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Journey Stone #34

Journey Stone #34  Tradition “I don’t know why it’s done that way, only know that’s the way it’s always been done, so it’s best to do it that way, and not ask questions.” Elizabeth Crawford  3/6/11

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Perspective, Rebellion, and New Possibilities

  I am a rebel. Have been for longer than I can remember. I am, for the most part, not radical in my rebellion, just fairly consistent. I do not like rules unless they make sense to me. And I … Continue reading

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