Walking the Path: My Interfaith Journey

A Pagan seminarian's perspective on faith, theology, and facilitating interfaith dialogue.

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Walking the Path

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As the wheel of the year turns and takes us with it, our lives are interwoven in the constant death-rebirth-renewal cycle. I watch as new spring leaves are starting to awaken around me and I pause to tie these themes into the deeper meanings of my life.

What does it mean to be Pagan in our modern world, where artificial lighting and prefabricated food separates us from the cycles of nature that beckon to us? How do we balance maintaining the connections to our past, our ancestry, our traditions, with living a full and honest life? Can we ethically exist in a capitalist society, one that drives us to consume and live on the backs of colonial legacy? What is the meaning of being connected to our Gods, and are they at odds with or do they reflect some of the dilemmas present in Abrahamic traditions?

My name is Denora. Wanderer. Thinker. Student of the mysteries. I have served my country. I have given birth. I have seen many wonders in my life and held the hands of many in death. Join me as I ponder the larger questions which affect all of us in our journeys as we walk our path. We are never alone.

Blessings and Light,
Denora 

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Denora is currently a full-time wife, mother, and chaplain. She is an eight-year veteran of the United States Air Force, an avid writer and blogger, as well as a fire spinner. She is an active member of Circle Sanctuary's Military Ministries team and the Lady Liberty League Military Affairs Task Force. She is also the Ecumenical Program Director for Oak Spirit Sanctuary of Missouri.

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