Call for submissions: “Beginnings”

Our early winter theme is “Beginnings”.

Each of us has a story about how we got to where we are now.  Stories are the way that we orient ourselves in the world and in history.  But we frequently look at our past only as something that we are leaving behind or reacting to.  How does your past continue to play a role in your Naturalistic Pagan spirituality today?  In what way will your past always be a part of your spiritual journey?

Send your writing and art to humanisticpaganism [at]  Submissions need to be received by December 21.

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