grrrl meets world

living the liminal


March 2011

Grrrl meets Toronto Talk Radio

Yesterday I was interviewed for Talk Radio 1010, regarding the recent study that projects the “extinction” of organized religion in 9 countries. I’m never a fan of how my recorded voice sounds, but here’s the interview in case you’re curious:… Continue Reading →

Dedicated to the one I love

To whom I owe the leaping delight That quickens my senses in our wakingtime And the rhythm that governs the repose of our sleepingtime, The breathing in unison Of lovers whose bodies smell of each other Who think the same… Continue Reading →

On books I’m not interested in reading

I recently received an interesting (read: evangelical) care package in the mail from my aunt and uncle from Alabama.  You can read about my reaction over on Canadian Atheist.

What she said:

I’m currently embroiled in researching rituals for a home-welcoming ceremony (encompassing both Jewish and Hindu traditions), and I inadvertently stumbled across this Dickinson poem in the process.  It’s perfect. Forever – is composed of Nows – (690) by Emily Dickinson… Continue Reading →

“The New Tithe”

The winning video of the 2011 Project Reason contest: The church I grew up in is now a megachurch. Yep.

Happily living without religion

CFI Transnational has a new ad campaign that just kicked off today: Living Without Religion — here’s the video for the campaign: Didja catch the 2 smiling mugs at the :33 second mark?  That’s Jerry and I!  I’m very happy… Continue Reading →

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