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Jesus & Athena (Sketch of the Day)

I will be in History of Global Christianity this week, so I’m going to try to do some related art.

After reading about early Christianity, and the Roman Empire’s persecution of Christianity, as well as the animosity of Christians towards paganism, made me sad. 34 kata lagi


God of the Month: Minerva

Often conflated with Athena, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom, Minerva is uniquely Roman. Adapting various aspects of the Etruscan Goddess Menrva, the Romans regarded Minerva as the Goddess of War and the Goddess of Wisdom. 328 kata lagi



“The womxn we honour today teach us three very important lessons. One, that as womxn, we must stand up for ourselves. The second, as womxn, we must stand up for each other. 940 kata lagi



(n.) a woman with great wisdom.

P.S. so now you know why Professor McGonagall was named Minerva!


Refreshed and Replenished

Today is Thursday, March 8, 2018. Day 21,910.

TWO DAYS until Glen Rose!!

It’s the birthday of Micky Dolenz (1945), who said, “They were looking for actors – real actors – who could play instruments. 748 kata lagi


The Crone

I’m looking forward to getting older.

I have a complicated relationship to age and perception. During my senior year of high school, I had a very hard time coming to terms with the fact that I would be graduating and moving off to a college of my choice and majoring in a field that would presumably set me on course for a career—aka the rest of my life. 461 kata lagi

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