The historical setting of the time might also have played a role in cementing the vegvisir’s viking connection. The 1800s in Europe was characterised by national romanticism, bringing with it the “Viking revival“, which saw a renewed interest in Norse history and mythology in the Nordic region as well as Germany, the UK and the US.
Today is a pretty gray day here in Greenwich, CT. The sun wants to be here but somehow hasn’t found it’s way. We have been on lockdown as a family since March 14th. We are all praying for everyone worldwide who is suffering with coronavirus and hoping that these dark days will pass and that there will be some sunny, happy days to look forward to. There are a few good articles that I’ll share that have come across my desk this week. While we are all struggling to balance being in lockdown…
Jesus did some unconventional actions while He was here on earth. One of those events included speaking to the Samaritan woman at the well. Why did Jesus do this? Use a glass of water to teach children about the Living Water.
Anyone can set a goal, but being consistent, showing up day-in and day-out is what really separates success in the long-term. The Secret to Radical Consistency: 2 Simple Steps to Reach Your Wellness Goals This