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Editor/Writer of Ten Thousand Days of Gratitude magazine. Tania has 25 years of writing experience, is a trained Economist, Chartered Accountant, International Development and Sustainability professional. She is also an ordained Interfaith Minister, Reiki Master/Teacher and certified yoga and meditation instructor. In her spare time, she is an amateur photographer, actor and art appreciator with a special passion for the vibrant street art of East London. Tania has lived in Canada, the USA, India and the UK. Currently, she calls London her home.
A postitive element of societies is the appeal of belonging to ‘the tribe”. we want to be part of a group; we want that group to say ‘this person belongs with us’. Sometimes a more clear boundary club or society gives us better version of this. Rituals are very important to feel ‘you are part of the group’; societies are loaded with these, sensible too.
I place great stock in community and tribe. What I don’t ascribe to is social exclusion and prejudice. Rituals are very important for belonging and for passage through life events. Couldn’t agree more. Xx