Because I need a new blogging project, obviously, when I haven’t even completed 30 Days of Paganism.
Actually, I think it can work. I’ll obviously continue to do my 30 Days of Paganism, as I am inspired to write the posts — and I can do the 30 Days of Deity Devotion on the same, no-schedule schedule. As the posts come to me. (Trying to put them all out in 30 consecutive days is a recipe for madness.)
I’m thinking, though, that I’ll be posting them at my shrine blogs for each deity (Brighid, the Morrigan, Manannan, and Aphrodite/Naamah/Aphrodite-Naamah) — and if I choose to do the project for a deity I don’t have a shrine blog for, I’ll post those posts here. This gives me something I can do on a semi-regular basis for my shrine blogs, so they don’t sit gathering dust.
This also, obviously, works in my whole “writing and art as devotional work” thing. So I do think it’s a good idea.
The post that gave me the idea to do this can be found here, at The Lefthander’s Path. I’ll be adding my own page about it shortly.
Looking forward to your posts on the subject!
Thanks! I hope I can do them (and Them) justice.
I’m thinking on doing one for Fionn mac Cumhaill- am currently typing up notes from a book I read years ago to give me some material. I am just starting to get back into spiritual practice, and the 30 Days is a nice framework to give me focus.
I’ll add you to my list when you post a couple times (will list more than once for each deity)
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