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"In art everything is possible, but everything is not necessary.” ― Arvo Pärt Icelandic band goes dark You could count the number of famous music acts to come out of Iceland on one hand– there's Bjork, her band The Sugarcubes, folk group...
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SSanf commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Just another Pagan chiming in. The subject has been pretty well covered. And, I agree that if any other religion can send such things home, there is no good reason that we shouldn't do the same. I am amazed, that in this day and age, that everyone doesn't already know, that "Christmas" is a Pagan...
Heather B. commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
I tip my hat to the folks at NatureSpirit. In a time of fear and intolerance, it took a lot of courage to take the steps that they did. They gracefully and generously invited others to come and share this wonderful season with them, and learn about the different traditions that we all share in one...
danielle robinson commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
oh for the love of Goddess. i have never in my life seen people that seem to be shocked to see a pagan flyer. and realize that we have lives too and we do igsist. it amazes me how people quickly want to crusify us for sending a flyer inviting others to learn about what our yule is.and talking about...
Lynn Heath commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Somewhere I think we lost sight of something pretty important: the NatureSpirit folks *invited* children who are interested to come and learn something. They are not proselytizing, they are not pushing their religion on anyone. They are also not leaving Christianity out of the program. It's one...
jack commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Be careful what you wish for,,, You may get it.
Zot Lynn Szurgot commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Jamey: you won that bet. You can read an approximation at http://babelfish.altavista.com/ With a little imagination and a dictionary you can get to the interesting stuff. As for using the schools to turn kids into proselytizers, even equal-opportunity proselytizers, it's a form of mild child...
Jamey commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Ya know, I wish I could read Italian. I bet that long comment was full of interesting stuff. Someone else said... "No drugs in school back then? Yeah, right! You just didn't see what was going around. The drug of choice might have been alcohol/tobacco, though." ...well it wasn't just alcohol...
Gail commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
I think the ACPS should revisit this issue and allow only items directly related to school to go home with children. Non-profits, including religious groups can advertise in other local media and everyone can calm down. Apparently, some people are so insecure in their own beliefs that they are...
A Soldier commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
RE: "Grampy" and other of like minds: You might be a "gramps" but you are not THAT old. Prior to the 40's/50's there was NOT prayer in schools typically. I would dare say that it did NOT hurt our parents/grandparents in the least. It is only when religion attempts to be foisted upon the masses,...
Raven Trinity-Moon commented on Joia Wood, Stratton Salidis, and Mariana Bell
Personally, I think that religion should be kept out of schools entirely. It causes too many problems and I don't think that people, especially school children, should have to conform to a religion just because it is considered the norm.

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