Traditionally, the hearth is a site where the Celtic family gathers for both physical nourishment (for cooking and eating) and for spiritual nourishment (in the form of story telling, spiritual teaching, prayer, and healing). It is widely understood in the Celtic world that the hearth is a sacred place. It is a practical, yet spiritual, epicenter of Celtic culture. What are your hearth experiences?
In similar thought with my last post about martyrdom and whether emergents can be called martyrs, I have found the Celtic Christians’ (some of the first emerging…… Read more “The Celtic Martyrs”
…It was the fullness of time that the ancient Celts grabbed on to when they talked about the “time between times.” I suppose in my own life,…… Read more “The time between times”
I diverge from my thoughts on community, with thoughts on the warrior in some of us. My friend, Bonny, from MN, had a post about the warrior…… Read more “The Warrior type”
To journey without being change is to be a nomad. To change without journeying is to be a chameleon. To journey and be transformed by the journey…… Read more “Questions on Pilgrimage”