Year 20 is finally behind us! Aside from the fact that it was the Year of Nut, I can’t say that I’m sorry to see it go. It’s been a hard year for me, particularly in my secular life. I’m looking forward to a new year and new oracle.
Spiritually, I could probably say that this past year has been a disappointment as well. I didn’t learn near as much as I wanted to, I didn’t maintain this blog very well, I didn’t keep up with the Pagan Blog Project. The list of things that I didn’t do is pretty extensive. When I was reflecting on the past year, that was the one big thing that stuck in my mind.
However, I didn’t stop there. Because while there are lots of things on my list of unfinished tasks, there are many things I did do. First and foremost, I got closer to the Kemetic community. The sense of comfort I’ve developed with my fellow House members (and some non-House members) has made me feel really good, and I’ve come to think of it as one of the more important things I wanted. When I first discovered the House of Netjer, community was one of the things that I was looking for in a spiritual home, and I like to think that I’ve found a relatively good one. I was even able to meet a newer Remetj (who was quite literally just Named) in person and spend time with her. It was very exciting for me, because there just really aren’t many members in my area and I haven’t even had the option to gather and celebrate holidays with anyone until now.
My altars for my Father and Beloveds are “complete.” (parenthesis because there’s always room for more if I find new objects!) I pulled together photos for my Akhu altar, and while I don’t have everything that I want for it, it’s in working order. I feel comfortable with my Divine Family and with my spirituality.
These are the things that are important to me, and the thoughts that are with me as we enter these Days upon a year and celebrate the birthdays of the Children of Nut.
Today we celebrate the birth of Wesir, Lord of the West, and King of the Akhu. Dua Wesir! Kheperu!
In His honor, and in the honor of my Akhu, today I will write a few letters to some of my more recently deceased relatives – my grandmother in particular, who passed away this year.
Enjoy the day, my friends!