Here’s a blog post which I found very touching. It’s an interview with fellow-author Vivienne Tuffnell, whose blog I follow, (with the lovely title of “Zen and the Art of Tightrope Walking”). In this interview Vivienne says a number of things which I identify with, including her observations about Christianity and paganism, and also her experiences with, and feelings about blogging. Sometimes another writer expresses something so perfectly, you feel as if that writer has spoken for you. Do take a few minutes to read what Vivienne says in her interview.
I’m joined in the Bingergread Cottage today by a dear friend with whom I share a lot. Welcome, Vivienne and make yourself at home. Don’t give Lily the cake, it’s chocolate and she doesn’t like it anyway. Help yourself to tea or coffee and let’s have a chat.
Mmmmmm coffeeeee and cake….
We’ve both had a rather “meandering” spiritual path, haven’t we? Tell us about yours.
I’ve been drawn to the mystical my entire life. I remember creating a shrine in my bedside cupboard when I was about eight or so. I chose to become a Christian when I was twelve but while I still would define myself as a follower of the Christ, I suspect that I’m not Christian enough for many Christians and not pagan enough for many pagans. I’ve been labelled a witch a few times (with the addition of white or green or even Christian) because…
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