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why you shouldn’t read Mary Oliver quite so much: “Singapore”

I see Mary Oliver a lot in pagan/naturalistic religion social media, and even in liturgical settings. With all the literally thousands of poets out there, I wish this were not the case. Her work hits all the right “nature buttons” … Continue reading

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slagcraft 1: How to turn your smart-phone into a river

Enough theory for now. Time to get to work. I’m creating ritual excursions and exercises under the umbrella of something I’m calling “slagcraft.” These are provisional and I might be making tiny changes to them as I go on. * … Continue reading

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What is ecology? And why should we care?

I watched this video, showing rather-raw footage of many so-called “trouble spots” around the world, and was struck by how incomplete our notion of ecology often is. Poaching. Illegal oil fields. Guerilla warfare. People forgotten and cast away. The shock … Continue reading

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