July 2007

  • Walking to Paradise

    A few nights ago I decided to take a walk just after sunset, as part of my plan to enjoy more exercise during my physical manifestation overhaul. There was still plenty of light, and I planned on only being gone about half an hour, so I didn’t need a flashlight or anything like that. I… Continue reading

  • Spirituality and Religion: Druid Journal Interview with Erin Pavlina

    I’ve written before about the sea change in the world religious scene. Religion is becoming something you have to seek out, instead of something you’re born into. But it’s an ancient pattern, really. In the oldest times, you generally stuck with the religion of your tribe, simply because you never heard about any other ideas.… Continue reading

  • The Plight of the Honey Bee

    The Plight of the Honey Bee

    Almost everyone is aware by now that honey bees are having a very, very difficult year. Bee colonies are dying all over the United States, imperiling not only the supply of honey, but also crops that depend on the bee for pollination, such as almonds, strawberries, blueberries, apples, watermelons, cranberries, and soybeans. While there are… Continue reading

  • Trust Your Feelings

    Science has a long and distinguished history of showing that human intution is completely unreliable. The Earth is the center of the universe. No, it’s just a relatively small, insignificant planet orbiting a medium-sized star buried in a perfectly normal galaxy. The Earth is flat. No, it’s a sphere. The sun goes around the earth.… Continue reading