“Pagans follow what we call the Wheel of the Year, which is our cyclical model for the passing of time. We don’t see time as linear, we see it as cyclical. And hopefully as we go, year after we year, we ascend and evolve and become better human beings. ”
Guest speaker Rev. Judith Laxer returns bring her pagan perspective to this moment. Concluding our series on the Alchemy of Service, she leads us to re-write the story of Perspehone, shifting some of the older victimization tropes into empowered choices. In doing so, she models allowing and aligning with the transition of the seasons, as a form of service to the planet, to ourselves and each other.
The talk begins at 14:39 in this podcast.
Our Worship Arts team this time includes special guest Anamaria Guerzon. Full service video is here.
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