What if we could apply myth to our lives? What if we could find meaning and hope through those myths for our lives – for us?
I’ve always been a bit envious of those who lived in the medieval world – when magic and myth was part of the fabric of one’s life. (I realize it was not Avalon – life was tough and short.) Those myths became – I would imagine – anchors that helped those living in that time to place themselves in the world.
I know that I don’t always feel my place in the world – or how I should fit into it. Those same anchors don’t exist for me – never have. But, I think they’re important. And, I think that the lack of them in my life has left me somewhat adrift.
I must admit that during those times, all I had to move me forward was hope that there was more to me than I was showing the world. Hope that I could anchor myself to something important and special for me.
I have a sense that I can find that anchor via myth. Perhaps a myth of my own creation – just for me.
That’s what this blog is about, and that’s what I want to pursue. Let’s see where this goes …