Reminds me of Tori's song "Muhammed My Friend"
This might be an interesting question for comparative religious studies or maybe philosophers, but honestly... for my everyday life it is of little importance. Myths change, rites change, lives change... and so do gods and goddesses. Take Ostara, for example... research indicates she was "invented" in the 19th century, and yet she is a really powerful (and much-loved) goddess these days...
Food for thought!It's all a fairytale to me anyway...
It seems like a huge assumption.Personally, when I read that, I immediately thought of Sophia-- the Holy Spirit/ wisdom-- and how her sex was removed from the bible, as well as the importance of her role. I used to be a Gnostic Christian, which is the oldest Christian path as far as I know.
Are those tulips in the front picture? or lilies?grins
@Rabbit - I don't know that song. *off to youtube*@Diandra - It would be an interesting in an unbiased discussion - sadly I think too much baggage come with it.@Pat - there are many ways to interpret the world none less valid than another.@Charlotte - it is a rather huge assumption much discussion could come of it. It seems though that women need to be more proactive everywhere. No?@Reds - daffodils actually. *grins back*
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