Even though I’ve been sick all week,and totally out of sorts with work for another two, I still managed to keep my tradition of keeping a light out for the solstice night. There isn’t any historical precedent for this that I know of, but I feel lighting the candle is a way of helping the Eye of Ra find Her way home again. As I write this the sun is rising now – we’ve survived the longest night yet again. May the goodness in our lives grow with the light of day!
4 thoughts on “The Eye Returns!”
Hi my name is Tim i have been a devotee of mother sekhmet for a long time i found your blog through Darlene aka Lady Sekhmet page i just wanted to say hi and i love your perspective on mother. Sa sekhem sahu Tim Claflin
I’m glad you’ve enjoyed reading! I hope to post more often about Sekhmet too. Thank you!
Happy Return, and nekhtet! (And I love that sun frame with the Sekhmet picture in it–gorgeous!)
Hope you’re feeling better….
Thanks! That was one of the first images of Sekhmet I ever used 🙂