Your weekly guide to folklore and seasonal observances.
The belief that there is something larger than ourselves, something meaningful that we can tap into, is inherent to and abundant in the world. We feel it in a sunset, in churches, and in storms. We make it with our hands in art, crafting, and cooking, when we sing, and when we take the unknown path. We recognize it was always with us when we surrender to the mystery unfolding in our lives, when we choose love from the myriad of other reactions available to us, and when we slow down and are fully in the moment. This feeling of connection is a gift that can open our eyes to the miraculous in the mundane.
I invite you to explore this sense of meaning through the folklore of ancient peoples by creating crafts, art, food, sacred places in your home, connections with your community, and personal rituals.
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