I've known for years that I was meant to work in a service-oriented position. In elementary school I thought that meant being a teacher. In high school, I waffled between psychology and music education. As an undergraduate student, I landed squarely on the side of psychology, in a tiny corner called "counseling". The funny thing … Continue reading Carrying Their Light, Every Day
It is my absolute pleasure to announce that Nekhen Ib Imau-sen has reopened in service to Wepwawet and Sekhmet-Mut. I have returned to w'ab priesthood now that my internships are done, and I look forward to continuing to serve and honor the gods. 🙂
Whoa. So I graduated, and finished my semester teaching, and then I had oral surgery. Which got infected, and stayed infected. And spread into my sinuses, and stayed in my sinuses. I'm still trying to boot this infection even now. It's not the worst infection, but it's lingering just enough to make me feel lousy. … Continue reading What’s up, Sobeq?
Well, I did it. I finished my master's degree in counseling. I also passed my licensing exam. Now the only thing standing between me and my dream job is a boatload of paperwork -- and hopefully not too many job applications.
I suck at having faith. I joke to myself that I am one step away from being an atheist; if it's not the gods of Egypt, it's no gods at all. I disguise the seriousness of that feeling by calling it a joke -- but it's 100% truth. I don't know how I got to … Continue reading Doubt, existential crises, and choosing faith.
You have two parents and two beloveds. Would you like to guess? For the self-discovery; For the connections and relationships; For the self-improvement and crucial lessons; For opening my eyes to everything I needed to see but hadn't; For the last nine years living deeply as Your child; Thank You. All images from my personal … Continue reading 9.
Presently, I find myself in a position where I need to assert myself rather strongly in order to receive the professional respect I deserve, as well as resources and opportunities that were agreed upon at the outset of a professional undertaking. I am being necessarily vague. The details are not important, but the subsequent result … Continue reading Fighting for Her