Saturday, December 31, 2005

Year end musings

It's been awhile since I posted online. I got distracted by life again. I still plan on completing the Anthropology of Religion OpenCourseWare course, but must admit to getting side tracked by other books pertaining to Native American belief systems. I've piled up Native Religions and Cultures of North America: Anthropology of the Sacred by my bedside along with Vine Deloria, Jr.'s God is Red. can be very dangerous!

And, as if I hadn't purchased enough books to keep me distracted, my husband game me three more for Christmas: How Dogs Think: What the World Looks Like to Them and Why They Act the Way They Do by Stanley, Coren; a book on women's spirituality, Sexy Witch by LaSara Firefox; and Physics Demystified by Stan Gibilisco. Talk about an ecletic mix of reading material!

It's 6:04 pm on New Year's Eve, always a time to ponder the past and make numerous resolutions for the future. I've been to Jennifer Louden's website earlier this week and downloaded her Inner Organizer. Part of its design is to help one focus on one's intention for the week. So, perhaps instead of making grand resolutions to last all year long, I'll try to come up with a weekly intention. Stay tuned.

We're going out to be with friends to welcome in the new year. Enjoy!

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