Monthly Archives: March 2012

St. Patrick’s Day – Both Sides of the Coin

It’s St. Patrick’s Day and it’s definitely Irish Pride Day here in the US today. And we are certainly proud Irish (you don’t see the other ethnic groups celebrating their heritage with such a hullabaloo.)

We pagans or non-Christians are well aware of the struggles between those who follow a Christian path and those of us who follow the “old religions”. So, here’s both sides of the coin with St. Patrick. Continue reading

Rules For Being Human

I have been working on digitizing our years of client files. It’s been a slow process that began before we moved to Oregon a couple years ago. I only got 1 file cabinet done, so we had to move the other. As I have been doing the scanning, I ran across these “Rules For Being Human” from the book “If Life is a Game, These are the Rules” by Cherie Carter-Scott, that we sent out to some of our clients.

Gary and I are off galavanting, facilitating a 6 day retreat. Enjoy these and we’ll have more fun stuff when we get back.

Until Next Time –

Mitakuye Oyasin (A Lakota prayer reminding us we are all related)

The Rules for being Human

When you were born, you didn’t come with an owner’s manual; these guidelines make life work better. Continue reading