Heathen’s Journey: Isa and the Silence of Winter

It’s been a long time since I’ve sat down to write a column for the Heathen’s Journey. I’ve begun working with local Norse folkways teacher Kari Tauring, and it has shown me just how much I don’t know. There’s a gap between my own knowledge and what I want this column to be. And while I’m actively seeking that knowledge, it unfolds before me, and this column isn’t the straightforward journey it once was. Then I have to remind myself that I started the Heathen’s Journey as a way of processing what I was learning in the Norse ways. In...