Monthly Archives: September 2011

Seasonal Pilgrimage

Fall                                           Waning Harvest Moon Each turn of the Celtic seasonal calendar I find ideas, personal reflections, astronomical or traditional lore to pass along. This time I’ll pass along one from Waverly Fitzgerald who maintains a website, living in season. She … Continue reading

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How Are We?

Lughnasa                                     Waning Harvest Moon In preparation for my presentation, Spiritual Resources for Humanists, I have come across two mentions of a critique of Enlightenment thought’s emphasis on individualism.  In one instance the critique compares Western individualism with the more integrated … Continue reading

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Taxman

Lughnasa                                         Waning Harvest Moon Well.  Our accountant (whoa.  our accountant) has fired back at the IRS.  We disagree with the examination which said we had no mortgage interest deduction, see attached from submitted with original tax return, and that Kate … Continue reading

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Changes

Lughnasa                                                  Waning Harvest Moon May I present Autumn?  It comes to us in russets and golds, grays and rain, with some chill and occasional warmth.  Autumn continues our seasonal review, following the spectacular summer with its heat and its emphasis … Continue reading

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The Woollys of September

Lughnasa                                                       Waning Harvest Moon Woolly Mammoths on reading.  We had a meeting focused on current books, readings underway or accomplished during the summer.  Guys brought out books recounting the Battle of Little Big Horn hour by hour, the agony of … Continue reading

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