Like Persephone, I’m afraid of the unknown dark. I
once blamed this on my dysfunctional upbringing as
a child, but it’s more than that. It’s ancient body
wisdom. All the animals prepare for the fearsome
dark. Gather nuts and seeds. Get in the firewood.
Store the harvest. Clean the desk for a winter project. Buy snow tires. Be ready.
About Jeremiah A. Myer:
A lifelong spiritual seeker, who has Embraced both Paganism and Unitarian Universalism along the way.
A proud parent and grandparent of 12 wonderful souls. And so lucky to be Patty’s husband of 42 years.
Raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, I have continued to seek out the divine but now I study faith traditions from all sources and not just one.
These studies have brought me to Paganism, where I find comfort when things are not going the best and joy when they are.
“Love is the Divine Mother’s arms; when those arms are spread, every Soul falls Into them.”
— Hazrat Inayat Khan
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