Sacred Questioning

To read a new post of mine about asking essential and uncomfortable questions as a spiritual practice on the wonderful site Feminism and Religion, please click here.

By Carolyn Lee Boyd

Carolyn Lee Boyd’s essays, short stories, memoirs, reviews, and poetry have been published in a variety of print magazines, internet sites, and book anthologies. Her writing explores goddess-centered spirituality in everyday life and how we can all better live in local and global community. In fact, she is currently writing a book on what ancient and contemporary cultures have to tell us about living in community in the 21st century. She would love for you to visit her at her website,, where you can find her writings and music and some of her free e-books to download.

1 comment

  1. I found this post so thought-provoking. I had never thought so clearly about the power of questioning. It was also very illuminating to read the other comments on the Feminism and Religion website. Now I am going to think about what questions I can be asking. It is very refreshing to hear unapologetic feminist thought. I have been a feminist since 1970 when I was 15, and have despaired over all the “I’m not a feminist, but…” that I hear and read. Claim your feminism proudly!

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