My eldest child's teacher sends weekly emails to the class to keep us up-to-date on what is going on in the classroom. The most recent email included a section headed "What to do if your child hears that others don't believe in Santa" as the class is learning the story of St. Nicolas (a very real … Continue reading Soon they’ll know Santa’s not real.
Kindism.org is enjoying a winter break. Irregular updates, and the continuation of posts discussing Rudolf Steiner’s Founding a Science of the Spirit will resume sometime in the new year. Thank you for your understanding. Looking for something to read? I think all of it is great, but some of the Past popular topics include: Sex, Homosexuality, Relationships & Christian … Continue reading Winter Break – Posting will resume in 2016
Updates on Kindism.org will be suspended over the holidays to give everyone a chance to spend time with their families (or hide from them, depending on the situation). Regardless of how you choose to celebrate (or ignore) the holidays, I wish you all love, joy, peace and light! Regular posting will resume in the New … Continue reading Kala Xpistouyevva, Kali Xpovia
video content note: Drunken Bible Study, Christmas Edition The Cost of Unbelief via the Economist Oh What Fun - Christmas with Chinese Characteristics via the Economist I think the video dovetails nicely with the afore mentioned Not-So-Virgin Birth of the Christmas Story and Slut Shaming, Sex-Negative Message in the Virgin Birth Story (via http://valerietarico.com/)
While I had heard about Ms. Eddy's Christ and Christmas poem growing up, I didn't read it until just recently, when I came across MJSmith's analyses of it on The Ark of Truth Mother's Hood. I am more acquainted with Ms. Eddy's hymn/poem Christmas Morn as it regularly made an appearance at Christmas Hymn Sings, … Continue reading Commentary on Ms. Eddy’s “Christ and Christmas”
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The holiday season can be trying, so in the spirit of keeping the "fun" back in "dysfunctional" I'm sharing a few things which are making my days a little brighter and more merry (other than the pint of gelato in the freezer and bottles of cheer chilling in the garage). Also, this post kicks off … Continue reading keeping the “fun” in “dysFUNctional” this holiday season