who trained me. The liturgists was my lifeline at the time, but it definitely derailed my Christian faith journey...in a good and very much needed way! I started going to a new church without my family to do my de/recontruction safely. I don't know if I call myself a Christian right now, but I am still engaging with a very healthy Christian community, continuing the conversations, and exploring other practices that are calling my heart. 2/
Grew up in a Hispanic Christian Baptist family (with some Jewish orthodox teachings as well, that's a long story though). I soft started my deconstruction around the end of my high school years and went vegan around the same time. My hardcore deconstruction started my sophmore year of college. It was a year into leading in YoungLife and feeling like I was not living authentically. Ironically I found out about the liturgists from the YL Podcast that was hosted by the person 1/
To update on this, I actually ate and journaled and cried, so all is good in the hood #takecareofyofeelings
Daughter has reached the age of asking "why?" to everything.
"hold on to that cup with both hands"
"i don't want you to drop it"
"It's made of glass, and if you drop a glass thing it can break"
"because glass is brittle"
"because supercooling molten silicon dioxide makes an amorphous solid which is weaker than the crystalline form"
"the crystalline form has a tetrahedral lattice of ionic bonds"
"because one silicon atom can bind with four oxygen"
Some kind of Jesus loving witch, if that’s allowed. Student of human bodies and movement.
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