Posts Tagged ‘tradition’
Ritual 101: Basic Ingredients for Creating Rituals Daily ll By Michelle LaBorde, MA, LPCC
As a collective, as a nation, we’ve very recently experienced an ending and a beginning. This is how we honor the transition of power in our country… we say farewell to one leader as we welcome and prepare for another. This is our way. We mark this process with ritual… as we did with the…Read More
There’s Magic in the Air ll By Rev. Mary Coday Edwards, MA.
So sings Kermit in “The Muppet Christmas Carol.” On the one hand, we hear the word “magic” and we rational humans relegate it to the trash heap of irrationality. On the other, we’re hoping it’s real and that we can recreate that magic through our traditions. I propose a third option, built around that liminal…Read More