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Feeling Loved

    Patricia DeSandro  2011 While thinking about the different mythologies around the world involving a Divine Child and the nurturing of that child who would become the Light of the World, I mused on whether or not the Divine … Continue reading

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Phantoms Among the Trees

              The faintly glowing, gauzy shapes that appeared in the woods outside my front door startled me. They were as tall as the trees and about the same shape. It was the middle of the night and I had … Continue reading

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The Call of the Goddess

When I was three years old, the family story goes, I started drawing pictures of  full-figured females with ample breasts. I drew them over and over. Though my parents were impressed by my prodigious skills with a crayon, they were … Continue reading

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Meeting God

When I was ten years old, I went to bed one chilly, March night, but I couldn’t sleep. Not being able to fall asleep right away was normal for me, but this night would prove to be very different. I … Continue reading

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