I've participated in this in the past, and I encourage other Pagan writers, bloggers, and podcasters to do so. Not only have I appreciated the chance to examine my own Pagan values, I've appreciated reading about other Pagans' explicitly Pagan values.
If you don't have your own blog, consider a Facebook note. I'd also be willing to consider a guest post, or several, here.
We must not be afraid to discuss the values and virtues and ethics we have discovered in our contemporary Pagan faiths. There are enough books on rituals and spells and prayers to last us a few generations… lets start writing works on confronting poverty and hunger from Pagan perspectives. Let us set aside the fear of prejudice, and the once glamorous but now tattered and worn mantle of the outsider and the rebel, and take pride in ourselves and our faiths, in our works and lives and worship and in our Pagan communities and our larger communities.
You can learn more about the event by going here, http://paganvalues.wordpre
When you get your contribution written/recorded and posted in June put a link to it in the comments stream here. Tags such as "PVE2011" and "Pagan Values" are also encouraged.
If you feel so moved, please share this event with any and all you feel would like the opportunity to share with the global Pagan community.
Thank you for your time and consideration,
Witchery = "witch*er*y/ n. 1 witchcraft. 2. power exercised by beauty or eloquence or the like." ~Oxford American Dictionary of Current English New American Edition (2000)
For more information:
- The event on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=218455848171650
- The Pagan Values Blogject: http://paganvalues.wordpress.com/
- Chrysalis, One Pagan's Journey: http://chrysalis1witchesjourney.wordpress.com/