For a great many people, finding a religion is a means towards having their questions answered.
I am a Quaker because I have found it a community in which I am encouraged to question my answers.
These are a few of my favorite things...
Neurodiversity Support, Advocacy, and Coaching in Manitoba
...expression about social justice, wrongful convictions, and current events
I write about things.
an insider's experience
I'm just a neurodiverse girl, standing in front of a PhD, asking it to be completed.
Welcome to the Divergent Revolution.
an aimless, unprincipled blog by Anna Nicholson
Intersection of Mutual Aid, Abolition and Socialism
Welcome — Come Immerse, Convalesce, Spark Dialogue or Simply Discern
Transgender, Irawhiti Takatāpui, and Intersex NZ
Science Fiction Writer of Sorts
A Daily Journal of "Having My Say"
Autistic Consultant & Trainer
Experiments in Teaching, Learning, Understanding
Loving, creative, graceful, beautiful
An American living in New Zealand, I write whenever I get the urge about life, music, books, comics, movies, and more.
Women's Health Organisation
A place for my ponderings, thoughts, and verbal diarrhoea
Creating NeurodiVentures and equipping Autistic people for collaboration for life
a place for reckoning...
Aphantastic, Autistic, and Bitter
Looking for choice morsels of currents affairs, culture, and politics to chew on. Or spit out hastily. It depends.
Canada - to - New Zealand
Writing writing and more writing
You never know what you're gonna get.
Knowledge archaeologist by day and neurodivergent anthropologist by night
Authentic Journals to Augment Journeys
Cogito Ergo Sum
A blog of introspection
Questioning the conventional wisdom
critical theory and historical sociology
Science, writing, reason and stuff
Useful theology from a Quaker-shaped Christian
Befriending the Void
Journey afar, learn further. 讀千卷書，行萬里路.
The Sweet As History of New Zealand! (Now an award winner!)