Humanistic Paganism

Category: Meg Pauken


‘Gaia’s Lovers” by Meg Pauken

Today we continue our early spring theme, Inspiration, where we showcase examples of the poetic imagination flowing from the depths of the universe through the minds and hands of Naturalistic Pagans and friends. Author’s note: One of the things that has drawn me to…

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“An Ending, A Beginning” by Meg Pauken

I felt a connection through time and space to every woman who ever labored. I could feel their fear, their worry, their pain, but even more, a deep sense of peace and rightness. I was a part of something much, much bigger than the birth of our child. This was about all of us; all of life — renewing itself, beginning and ending.

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What if? by Meg Pauken

What if we are like the stars? What if the energy we emit remains in the universe after we are gone, traveling far beyond the spheres we knew, continuing to provide warmth and light?

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