About

When I started this quest, otherwise known as a blog, I called myself an “almost-atheist,” using the word deliberately in quiet protest against the religiousity of the long eight years of the Bush regime.

I got over that. I’m back to being agnostic, not certain enough about anything to be professing either way.

I once wrote a book called Celebrating Time: A Guided Journey for the Soul, that seemed for a while as though it might be published. I had the somewhat quixotic belief that the signs of the zodiac, the progression of the seasons, and various cultural and religious celebrations could give guidance to this soul journey. I wrote it a day at a time, on the date that was supposed to do the guiding.

Now I wonder how I could have been certain enough to found the book on the word “soul,” but ten years hence I’m left with the same obsession about time and the purpose, if any, of life. So I’m doing it all over again, a day at a time, in a more agnostic quest.

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4 Responses to About

  1. anjalimoon says:

    Hi again, left a comment on your Pentacost post. Just starting out on wordpress and your blog was tagged on my page so I was curious about why the cyber monkeys sitting at their desks in webblogland would think we had something in common. It looks like we do to some degree. I am looking forward to exploring the rest of your blog. I really enjoy what I have read so far.

  2. patricia says:

    http://anjalimoon.wordpress.com/

    here it is…I am new at this and haven’t quite figured out wrapping text or lay out but slowly but surely I am getting along.

    Pat

  3. Saba says:

    Hi again, left a comment on your Pentacost post. Just starting out on wordpress and your blog was tagged on my page so I was curious about why the cyber monkeys sitting at their desks in webblogland would think we had something in common. It looks like we do to some degree. I am looking forward to exploring the rest of your blog. I really enjoy what I have read so far.
    +1

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