Author Archives: Gwendolyn Endicott

POISON IN PARADISE

POISON IN PARADISE Do you know Oswald West State Park? a place of pristine beauty on the North Oregon Coast where you can still glimpse old growth trees, a clear running stream, and a beach, “Short Sands,”treasured by surfers and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

WHEN THE FISH CAN’T BREATHE

WHEN THE FISH CAN’T BREATHE I have always had a creek in my life. It seems like a soul necessity. Everyday life then becomes woven with the life of the creek and conversations are interspersed with creek references: “the creek … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

SUMMER SOLSTICE HOLY DAY CEREMONY

  June 21, Thursday, 12-2 At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum Traditionally, the Holy Day of Summer Solstice is a celebration of the fullness of life—the warmth and abundance that the summer sun brings to the land and to our spirits. In … Continue reading

Posted in Events | Leave a comment

DRINKING FROM THE STREAM OF TIME

                                                                              (published Upper Left Edge 2017) Odin, from Norse Mythology, is a sky god who inhabits the top most branches of the World Tree. The World Tree is huge. Its roots go deeply back into Time, through generations of peoples … Continue reading

Posted in Reflections | Leave a comment

WINTER SOLSTICE HOLY DAY CEREMONY

At Wanderland Rainforest Iseum Thursday, December 21,   12-2 “From the Darkness comes the Light”  Ice, snow, winds, and rain sweep the earth as darkness comes earlier each day. Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year.  We are in … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Reflections | Leave a comment