Daily Archives: June 16, 2019

Life of a Good Book ~ D. G. Kaye

Reblogged from D.G. Kaye: Books sweep us away into our imaginations and transport us to an instant mini vacation, lifting our imaginations to places we never dreamed of ever going to, or sometimes, never knowing these places even existed. We … Continue reading

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Confession Time ~ Geoffrey David West

Reblogged from Geoffrey David West: “Arise, Sir John.” After the tap on each shoulder by the Queen’s sword, the words she said evoked the chivalric romance of the days of the Knights of the Round Table, and indeed, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Ride-a-White-Swan…

* One of Ireland’s, ‘Three Great Tales of Sorrow’ which all deal with the lives and tragic deaths of offspring, this one, the second in the series, is the most poignant perhaps as, ostensibly, the offspring are still children. Whilst … Continue reading

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Rites of Passage: Seeing beyond fear ~ A weekend with the Silent Eye

As the June workshop in Scotland draws to a close, why not consider joining us in September for a weekend in the ancient landscape of stones, circles and strange places? Rites of Passage: Seeing beyond fear A weekend with the … Continue reading

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Caladur: Wayward and Wise… Stuart France

* …But the hermit spoke on, “The part of a man is to know whether his desire be a wise child or a wayward one.” “And if a wayward child?” asked Ewan. “Then swiftly will he be led wandering, and … Continue reading

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Fire #midnighthaiku

Summer and winter The elements will provide Flames to warm the heart

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