Sunday, June 13, 2010

June - Pagan Values Month

In the Pagan Blogosphere the month of June has been dubbed Pagan Values Month.  The essay on this topic over at the Meadowsweet and Myrrh Blog I find interesting and compelling:

"For the second year running, June's "Pagan Values Month" has seen quite a bit of discussion... not about values per se, but about Pagan self- and community-identity. Eloquent and compelling arguments have been made by not a few of my favorite writers making the case that "Paganism" as a single religion may not exist,* and that continuing to speak and think about the so-called "Pagan community" in this way might not be helpful or conducive to... well, whatever they're hoping religious community is conducive to, I suppose. And what is that, exactly? Here is where I feel the question of "values" becomes essential, and perhaps the key to unlocking the question of self-identity and community-definition, rather than the other way around." ...(Cont.)...

More posts from the Web for Pagan Values Month:
International Pagan Values Month, June 2010
Pagan Values
Creating a Family Code of Ethics
Pagan Values: A Pagan Community Statment on Sexual Ethics
What Comes Around Goes Around
Ethics in Witchcraft
A survey of Greco-Egyptian ethics
The Peaceful Warrior: Pagan Pacifism Without Excuse
Pagan Values: Community
The core values of neopaganism - as I understand them
Pagan Values Month
Valuing Joy
The Value of Information and Knowledge
The Charge of the Goddess: A Wiccan Ethic
How well does your child know nature? 
Memoria, and Marguerite Porete Day
Situational ethics in Wicca and Divorce
So long as our love shall last: Pagan Values Project 
The Spiritual Value of Authenticity
Pagan Values and Flying Bison
UnPause, Follow Up and Moving Forward
A Plainly Declared Position
Pushing Back at Life: Paganism, Strength, and Heavy Metal
An Economy Not Worth Saving
Pagan Values Part 1 - Pagan podcast
PaganFM June 12, 2010 Pagan Values - Jusice