On this week's solo show, I share some thoughts on cultivating the sacredness of the everyday, following a thread that I've been hanging on to since my conversation with Dayna. "All religion is spiritual, all spirituality is religious." What does that mean for the spiritual-but-not-religious crowd?
More importantly for our task here, what does that mean for the process of liberating our sacred stories?
Passages are from Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul.
Music by Purple-Planet.com