Hospitality in the Pagan Community

  Hospitality, Compassion and Humanity have been on my mind quite a bit for the last nine months or so since I re-entered the greater Pagan community. I decided to restart my blog, got on a few Facebook groups, began physically attend some casual gatherings here and there. I also began intently observing….and listening (or, … Continue reading Hospitality in the Pagan Community

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Prayers to Hestia

Bright-veiled Hestia, heart of the happy home, goddess who binds together a family, who strengthens a city, the household is your temple, the hearthfire your altar and your namesake. Hestia, I praise and honor you, I thank you for your blessings. Hestia, wise one who oversees the family feast, who guides the making and the … Continue reading Prayers to Hestia

Things I’ve Learned From Hestia (Part 7: Sacred Herbs)

Working with Hestia's Herbs is probably the highlight of my every day life.  Regardless of the meals I cook, each and every one o them includes at least one of Hestia's Sacred Herbs.  If you follow this blog, you'll find I am forever posting recipes that honor my Goddess.  Don't be afraid!  Step out of your … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned From Hestia (Part 7: Sacred Herbs)

Finding Your Patron Deity (Or…who the heck do I want to worship and work with?)

What I love about writing my blog: people ask me amazing questions that make me think. I need more of this! Lovely Cupcake Witch asked me the other day about discovering Patron Deities, and in answering her, I figured out that I had a lot more to say than the lengthy reply I was in … Continue reading Finding Your Patron Deity (Or…who the heck do I want to worship and work with?)