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03 Aug 2016 4 Comments
…I have considered myself an agnostic, polytheist pagan with nihilist tendencies for most of my life. That consideration is also wrapped up in a healthy, cynical sense of humour. Still, as I surf the blog-o-sphere I have reached an undeniable conclusion: I’m not Wiccan because witches all seem to be Anglo lesbians – I am not. The same goes for why I will never be accepted as a ‘real’ feminist, and why I don’t fall in with any cliques or clubs. I like my individuality, and if I’m not accepted for not walking in lock-step with everyone else, then so be it. Goose-stepping with everyone else has never been my thing, anyway!
My ‘puter will be ready by Saturday, so I’ll be working on a few posts to get me through to the start of the weekend. In the meantime, enjoy these memes that I found…they are truer to my beliefs (or lack thereof) than anything!
21 Jul 2016 1 Comment
I’ve never given two tin shits about the opinions of others, especially when it relates to me.
If I don’t completely know myself yet, how in the ever-living hell do you think you can even scratch my surface? Especially since, unlike some, I have quite the thick hide…
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07 Jun 2016 Comments Off on Don’t Forgive – Don’t Be Hateful
This is essentially how I go through life…I don’t forget or dwell, and I don’t forgive – but, I’m not hateful. Those who think that I am, are seeing me reflecting themselves back at them…and they can’t stand it. It is what it is.
In my part of the world, and especially in Scandinavia, we are constantly told that we should forgive. By forgiving those who did us wrong, we are supposed to become free and able to move on with our lives. Forgiveness has become such an ideal for us that we tend to view those who don’t forgive as hateful and mean individuals. But in reality, those who never feel an obligation to forgive might be the healthiest individuals around.
Let’s put things where they belong. The concept of forgiveness comes from religion. It does not come from the human sciences. No professional psychologist will try to make you forgive — they know that our minds just don’t work that way. So by suggesting that someone shold «forgive and move on», we know that it’s really only that last part — the «move on» — that is sensible advice. The first part…
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