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Eighth Dimension: #88 Looking to the New Year

Discussion in 'BoM Blogs' started by 8people, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. 8people

    8people 8 is just another way of looking at infinite ★ SPS Account Holder Adored Veteran

    Apr 20, 2002
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    I often feel that I let myself and my faith down. My faith is important to me but I feel so disappointed that I can't follow it 'properly'

    I'm a person who believes faith requires sacrifice. A religion should not be a thing of convenience, it should be sincere and you should be prepared to prove your devotion at the appropriate times. For Christians that may simply mean every Sunday morning is accounted for, while for a Jew they need to be disciplined not to work on Saturdays. For me? I guess a part of me is still unsure. I am largely following on instinct as there is so much pollution in the resources I try and find that filtering what is appropriate and what isn't is a constant battle!

    Part of the painful aspect is space - I quite simply have NO space whatsoever. Nowhere personal I can go, nowhere I can keep as a sacred area, nothing. I am stuck in a room that has white walls and two households shovelled into it.

    Another aspect which I feel is is important in my craft is literally that - craft. There is a time for this, and a time for that, a time to make candles and soaps for the coming year, a time to make gifts, a time to plant things, a time to gather the fruit.

    I have no resources to practice my craft, and it feels like a pathetic excuse, in the flowchart in my mind I ask: if I had the money to buy the equipment I needed - would I buy it?
    The answer is no, I wouldn't.
    Why not?
    There is no space for it.
    Where would have more space for it?
    A larger flat.
    Would you buy the equipment you need in a larger flat?
    It depends.
    On what?
    How much more expensive the larger flat is...

    In the end it's the coins that screw me over it seems.
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