Our own sacred space

A few days ago I married the most fascinating person I know. A lot of people came to me after the ceremony and said “I’ve never seen anything like this. I never thought it is possible.” In Poland, humanist, secular, or non-dogmatic wedding ceremonies aren’t really a thing. Most people get married in a church. […]

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Jungle drum

Take off your shoes

And expectations

Let your hair

And baggage down

The jungle drum will guide you

You and I
The fire
And the night

The fine sand humming softly

Under our feet

The city lights
Blinking to the rhythm
From afar

We’re all in this together

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Grandmother

Grandmother
The kids are running amok
Scared of every twig snap
Every flickering shadow

They’d set the jungle on fire
Just so that they would never
Fear of darkness again

Grandmother
Take all your kids back home
Before one cuts off the branch
We are all growing on

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Sacred space is wherever you make it

Is there anything or anyone you hold as sacred? Unless you subscribe to one of the major religions, there answer is often no. Some people might hold a special reverence for their family, nation, or local football team, but to many it’s not even that. Sacredness has little space in the postmodern world that pulled […]

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Serendipity

What a coincidence
It must have been
The Cosmos

To send you here
Just when we needed you

I heard you say to me
With awe
And relief

Well

I just–

I just really hope
The Cosmos knows
What They’re doing

Cause I haven’t
The slightest idea

Myself

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The Cathedral

I planned to add a few details on an old painting and ended up reworking it completely from scratch. Looks like a little bit too much, but it’s okay, I can always paint it from scratch again another time. Now that I discovered that glitter sticks pretty well to oil paint, my life will never […]

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