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Ashley Nunez
A Year and a Day

A Year and a Day

There's something about certain numbers that make you stop and think. In fairy tales it may be the number three or seven or variations thereof-but what about the might behind a year and a day? In many esoteric traditions, you must be an initiate for a year and a day before moving to the next steps along your path. It also is tied to legal practice and other kinds of contractual agreements or obligations to signify a full span of time served and completed.  As we come to our year and a day of lockdowns associated with the global pandemic,...

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Understanding History & the Malleability of Stories

Understanding History & the Malleability of Stories

All stories are deeply entrenched in the beliefs, values, worldview, and historical placement of the author. An obvious fact for us all I think, but one that comes up with particularly apparent stamps when you look at folklore, myth, and other older stories that this podcast finds a home with. In our current timeline, we are in the midst of a great “waking up” and calling out of racial injustice in the United States (see my last blog post for more information and resources) which has always been there unless you were able to turn a blind eye. 

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Your Anti-Racism Education Begins

Your Anti-Racism Education Begins

Right now we have a choice: speak up and support justice or stay silent and choose oppression. While the actions against George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery are the most discussed as beginning the protests, there are countless other lives that have been lost due to the underlying racism in the United States from systematic white supremacy which our country was founded on. It is our responsibility as a people (especially white people and people with privilege we may not even realize we have) to unlearn those racist values and beliefs.

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Liminal Fatigue

Liminal Fatigue

The scene: Wendy Darling and Peter Pan in the nursery with Peter explaining how fairies come into being: the laughter of a newborn child. When Wendy questions why there isn’t a fairy for each child Peter says, “Children know such a lot now. Soon they don't believe in fairies, and every time a child says 'I don't believe in fairies' there is a fairy somewhere that falls down dead.” (Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie)

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