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Today in my jaunt around the blogosphere, I'm loving these posts:

From Hecate on restarting a daily practice:  "Even Though You Have Broken Your Vows a Thousand Times."

That is so me!  I have started and stopped and restarted my daily practice hundreds, if not a thousand, times. 

From Mark Silver guestposting on Copyblogger: "Is Spiritual Business a Contradiction in Terms?"

Oh yeah.  Lots of food for thought there (I so agree with Mark) and lots of controversial comments. (Why do so many people seem to want "spiritual" people to be poor? Talkin' 'bout some of the commenters here.)

From Cari Ferraro, calligrapher extraordinaire, on her weeklong Calligraphy Master Class:

I love this post not only because I adore peeking into the art studios and processes of other artists, but also because of the archetype of the juicy crone in Cari's mentor, Sheila.

Yes, my interests are diverse!  Yet there's a common theme of Presence, methinks . . .

Thoughtful, sparkling comments. . .

  • Son of Wisdom Tue - Jul 13th 2010 3:59 pm

    Hey thanks for the links! I am always looking for great blogs to read!

  • Tracie Wed - Jul 14th 2010 7:52 am

    Yummy indeed! And yes…I think Presence is certainly the common theme. Right there with you on the daily practice started a thousand times, BTW 🙂

  • Kate Mon - Jul 19th 2010 2:28 pm

    I don’t believe that people with a spiritual business should be poor. In some ways, however, I am so used to people overcharging or doing the dirty that I think twice about what I buy in spiritual terms.
    You have nothing to worry about, Joanna. You are so obviously a loving, authentic and giving woman. You provide very good quality services and products from your own heart that I trust you. I have followed this blog for years and never thought twice about purchasing the Gaian Tarot. …… the Majors edition and then the full tarot.
    At this stage I can’t really afford the monthly fee for membership of the circle but I still get so much of value from the cards themselves and from checking the blog from time to time.
    Thank you for all the you bring to this world.

  • joanna Tue - Jul 20th 2010 7:09 am

    Thanks Kate – I appreciate your words so much. Are you the Kate I met at RS10?