Thursday, May 25, 2006


Welcome, beautiful traveler. I greet you with the holy word 'love.'

There is no greater gift than the gift of commitment.

I mean this in two ways. First, I mean that your own personal commitment to another, or to a cause, is an act of generosity beyond any other that you can manage. This is because commitment is not singular. It has no bound at the point that it is given. Other deeds of kindness and giving have their moment and then pass. But commitment is always given with an intent of continuation.

Second, I mean that the ability to commit is one of the most precious gifts that the goddess has bestowed upon us. When we commit, we extend ourselves into the future, whether we are committing to a personal goal, to a relationship, or to a faith. By committing, we insist that there is hope, that we will continue, and that we have something to offer.

Take yourself into a time beyond 'now.' Find someone, or something, to commit to.

Lovingly yours,

A Devotee

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