Freedom of religion is a right that should be forever enjoyed by all. It is the epitome of freedom, being able to choose. There is a line, however, which must not be crossed by anyone. It is a matter of morality. The line is this: no one has the right to impose their religion on… Continue reading How is This O.K.?
“Katherine” by Anya Seton, is a book I read every few years. It is a historical novel, which type of book is, for what ever reason, out of fashion. To me, historical fact makes this story more compelling. It actually happened. All of the characters can be “googled.” Anya Seton researched Katherine Swynford’s life for… Continue reading Katherine
My favorite number is seven, the heptad. According to the great Pythagorean teachings, seven is symbolized by the goddess Athena. Because seven cannot be divided by any number than itself, it represents a fortress or acropolis. Seven brings order to nature, there are seven phases of the moon, seven Pleiades, seven parts of the body-… Continue reading Athena Sparrowhawk and the Goddess