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fizzyclare1

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About fizzyclare1

  • Rank
    altogether now! aaaaaaaw!
  • Birthday 11/06/1966

Pagan Profile

  • Path
    gosh, I really don't know anymore. don't care either.
  • Experience
    since I was about 16 on and off.
  • Biography
    Born in Yorkshire, have done quite a few things workwise, Ex nurse, tutor, love drawing and writing (when i am well enough). Currently love watching Big Bang Theory, Question Time and Russell howards good news. I own a dog nick named boo!
  • Goals and Aims
    talking, learn more about others. trying to get to grips with the many faceted aspects of peoples experience of deity from all sorts of perspectives. no doubt that will take a long time, awareness is perhaps a long, and difficult process.

    I hope to contribute by sharing my own thoughts on things.

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    West Yorkshire
  • Interests
    like walking in the countryside. reading. I like animals. interested in other peoples experience. like creative writing.

    I am interested in psychology and the mind, enjoy maths when I am up to it and I am developing an interest in photography.

    lord of the rings fan. harry potter fan.
  • Referred by
    the great cosmic compost heap. And the web.

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  1. Like or are associated with the seasons? Just curious really and in need of a bit of convo Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Grief, Loss Of A Loved One And Atheists

    I think loss is never ending really, thank you for your kind words Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Grief, Loss Of A Loved One And Atheists

    Thank you my for teasing some of the complexities apart :) Also I apologise for not giving a link to Cox's assertion about the role of religion. It was a TV episode of one of his documentaries and did, iirc, refer to the Mexican day of the dead. Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk *thank you for teasing... Autocorrect playing up I think Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Grief, Loss Of A Loved One And Atheists

    Thank you for such heartfelt responses Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
  5. So, how, looking at bereavement and loss, does an atheist cope? I'm pondering this cos Mr Cox (ya know the dishy physicist) has argued that the main role of religious belief is to help us cope with death. E.g. Mexican day of the dead. So how? In the absence of such things as ritual or ceremony do you, i dunno come to terms with mortality etc ...I think i may now run and hide behind the sofa... Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Why Oh Why....

    Lol Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Why Oh Why....

    I've been lucky then.... Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Why Oh Why....

    ...Do god's never tell you who they are, it's sooo frustrating, and as polytheist newbie you think they might include an idiot guide for beginners... So what ticks you off in the god department...? Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Do You Have A Sacred Animal?

    I had a strange image of a spider on a treadmill then... Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    Do You Have A Sacred Animal?

    My dreams tend to produce your average British wildlife, but foxes crop up slot. And bears, even though they don't live here anymore Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    The Hare

    My grandad had a lot of trouble with rabbits on his allotment. Short of steel cages there was little we could do. From a child's perspective, the fact that they were eating the family's food was irrelevant, i was entranced. But i was only 5 or 6 years old and everything was shiny and new. Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
  12. I use the term sacred as loosely as possible, because i was wondering if a familiar could be classed as sacred as in special. All thoughts welcome. Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    The Hare

    Bunnies are coooool! Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
  14. They certainly do, my dog knows stuff, like when my knee gets bad Sent from my XT1032 using Tapatalk
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    How Expensive Is Your Paganism?

    Well I have a red blanket to keep me warm. I've bought pendants that strike a chord with me. The latest being a hare. But mainly it's about my garden, remember the people care about, and just facing each day, one day at a time (I'm not very well) There's a recent addition of um... remembering a particular God. Who's identify I'm not completely certain of.
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