“And yet again we have come full circle.
Shed your layers, winter’s cycle has passed.”
-G. Kourtesiotis, 2017
Happy Easter… Happy Pascha.. Happy Passover… Happy Nothing.
It’s that time of year again, where many of us take part in the religious festivities symbolic with struggle, death, resurrection, and re-birth.
I am your Greek-Canadian kid raised Christian-Orthodox
Typically, I went to church every Sunday like most good pupils of the faith would. And just like most children, I was dragged along for my faith by my grandparents– less so much by my actual parents. As I slowly began to discover my own power to make choices for myself, I found myself falling out of my own religion. This of course took some time, but I just wasn’t satisfied with the answers to my questions of faith. Continue reading “Testing the Faith, Without Balls [Part 1]: A Desperate Scramble from One to None”