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I agree with Joe that there are a lot of interesti...

2007-09-27T20:44:00.000-07:00

I agree with Joe that there are a lot of interesting characters in that community. They tend on the
whole to be pretty tolerant - supportive for example of the LGBT community. Unlike Christians who have a tendency to ‘flock’, pagans value an individual
approach.

They can be fun too - I stopped by a fair in Toronto to check out some of the crafts that were for sale
and had a good time - even spotted a couple of Dawkins titles a book seller had out on her display
table.



religion by any name is still a sham!a lot of the ...

2007-09-24T14:13:00.000-07:00

religion by any name is still a sham!

a lot of the time I am disappointed in those who would be duped and think them stupid... but I realized, they are a victim (though they can become the victimizer). It is those who are the charlatans that we must be shown as such. Take out the perpitraitors to save more victims



I spent all Yom Kippur (in synagogue and outside) ...

2007-09-23T06:57:00.000-07:00

I spent all Yom Kippur (in synagogue and outside) thinking about the pretending that all of us in my progressive community were doing, and feeling absolutely sick. Thanks for your blog and the beautiful quote you have in your profile.



What? You thought other religions weren't made up?...

2007-09-22T21:27:00.000-07:00

What? You thought other religions weren't made up?!? Just joking!!! :-)

For some reason, I have this image of lots of gay hippies and crossdressers, all dressed in flowing skirts and pants wafting down some Main St.

Sounds like fun. :-)

Carolyn Ann