the some-time blogger!
i know i keep promising to return to my regular blogging but right now i am studying full time and by the time i pack away my books i am usually too tired to blog.
tonight however i am waiting for a 7.30pm tutor group forum to discuss our latest assignment and
(points excitedly to link 👆)
has been occupying my mind somewhat
it has me thinking all kinds of things, things which of course lead me back to me and my path.
so where to start?
i guess it started with this article and also something a friend posted on their fb page, asking about if anyone had questioned their faith (regardless of what religion/path they followed).
i have posted before about the loss of my path, how there have been times that i have followed a winding, exploratory path before being drawn back to a fairly straight path.
lately...actually more than lately...my path seems to have vanished. for the final year of my BA(Hons) all i did was study, aided by the fact covid-19 had shut down my new place of work.
i wouldn't say my path has vanished rather than actually morphed into something more akin to some wild, green...something.
while i am aware of the turning of the wheel, the changing of the seasons, the path of the moon its not...essential to me.
i used to maintain an alter and while i still have it i don't constantly change it for festivals. its there more as a gentle reminder to me as it pass it multiple times each day. a reminder of the ancestors, of something 'other'
my type of magic/craft isn't the kind that can really be labeled any more.
does this sound familiar?