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I thought I’d be alright today
I thought I’d be alive today
Give me your eyes, I’ll show you things
You never dreamed you thought you’d see

I found myself in a light I’d seen in sleep sometimes or mescaline
And like the sun you can’t stare into very long without it blinding you

I thought this light would comfort me
I thought it would be easy
But there’s a tugging at my sleeve
So much baggage I brought with me to leave

Something so big I can’t understand from trying to I would go mad
So i hurry back to little earth for another life, another birth

Another life another birth


-Toad the Wet Sprocket

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I’ve really neglected this blog over the past couple of months while I’ve been tossing around new ideas, coming to conclusions, and maybe even figuring out what I actually believe, what I don’t believe, and why.  I haven’t really written about my experiments with and (possibly) final thoughts on Druidry.  I haven’t written about my experiences with trying to find meaning this Christmas without Jesus in my life, or at least without an obvious place for or a settled idea of what Jesus means, if he means anything at all.  I haven’t written about the frustration, anger, and tension in my family over the religion issue that has once again come to a head in the last few weeks.  I haven’t written about the intense series of conversations I have had about Self and no-self and how they may have brought me back full circle, in a sense.

There’s so much I haven’t written and things are moving so fast that I don’t know if I’m realistically ever going to write them, which is kind of sad, I guess.  But that’s just the way it is.

The thing is, I may have found Byzantium, or at least the closest thing to it that exists.  In any case think I may be ready to move beyond this blog and all it represents and into something new, into a whole new paradigm and a whole new phase of my life.  Things are in the process of changing, and I am as certain as I can be that they will never be the same again.  If you’re interested, follow me over to my new blog, because this one may be sitting in the harbor for a long time to come.

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