One of the biggest things the last 3 years has taught me is that nothing is forever. From the moment that I type this to the end of ,y time and beyond. Everything changes, even if it seems to stay the same.
Life is often filled with little signs that try to promt you into action. If you don’t respond to them, they tend to disappear or. ecome a part of the landscape. Then a bigger sign will come by, and another, then a larger one, then maybe a neon one, till eventually, you hit the “DEAD END” sign and all options feel off the table. You’re left scrambling around trying to find anything that looks like a path.
The last two weeks gave been a bit trying and tiring. I’m hoping this next month is better.
I have been a busy person these days. I have been trying to get myself motivated and back into creating daily. The cold of winter has been discouraging, as also the lack of funds, but I’m working through it all as best as possible.
Now that I’ve gotten my complaining out of my system and I’ve gotten some things accomplished, I feel much better.
So this post is a bit of rambling about me for a bit.
My rest time is almost over. I have been working at my job, but I mean my internal work. I gave myself until Monday to get things going.
Does anyone blog just to blog these days?
There are a few things about those who follow pagan/witchcraft beliefs that I find confusing, or I don’t understand how they came to be correlated with the practice. I think the oddest one is “shadow work”.
The time between Christmas and New Year’s is always an ambiguous time. You are preparing to start the new year with new ambitions and goals, while reconciling the past year with what you want in the coming future. It’s a time of questioning, making attempts to establish ideas, and looking forward to what can be and how to get there.