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#1. There are a few people who are, let's say, personality-challenged, who would like to set up a cult, but in large part they fail due to the innate stroppiness and independence of their fellow pagans. - Author: Liz Williams
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#2. Because contemporary paganism is essentially so new, its underlying ethical structure is not particularly sophisticated. - Author: Liz Williams
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#3. all gods were like that: the knife behind the smile, the drop of poison in the honey jar. They liked to bind you to them, make you dance on razorblades. - Author: Liz Williams
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#4. By keeping the price of treatment drugs artificially high, and making sure that only those who can afford it have the opportunity of a cure, we're actually supporting the work that the Ministry of Epidemics does. I mean, look at Africa and our liaison with the Underworld there. - Author: Liz Williams
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#5. Just so that we are clear on this, I am in favour of teaching children about different beliefs. I am not in favour of indoctrinating them in any particular belief, including my own: these issues should be presented as beliefs, not as fact. - Author: Liz Williams
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#6. Contemporary paganism gives me a subjective lens through which the world in which I live can be interpreted on an aesthetic and an ethical basis. I'm interested in narrative, myth, and story, in folklore and the way we connect to the turning of the seasons and the natural world. - Author: Liz Williams
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#7. The band of sickly scarlet light that passed for sunset in Hell ringed the horizon like a migraine, - Author: Liz Williams
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#8. You can, I think, have a quiet and steady protagonist and not run the risk of terminal dullness as long as exciting things happen to them and around them, and crime is the ideal genre for making this come about. - Author: Liz Williams
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#9. Some religious practitioners make absolutist claims for their beliefs: I've no interest in doing this, nor do I have any interest in converting people, which is doubtless a relief to anyone who has feared finding me on their doorstep asking if they'd like to know more about Odin. - Author: Liz Williams
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#10. I have issues with anyone who tries to claim that science is unworkable - creationists who deny evidence for past history, yet are happy to benefit from the products of the methodology that they otherwise deny. - Author: Liz Williams
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#11. Authors as diverse as Rudyard Kipling, E. Nesbit, and J. R. R. Tolkien have shaped modern paganism as greatly as any theological underpinnings. - Author: Liz Williams
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#12. In the matter of prejudice...we are all the same. Goddess and demon, human and monster: none of us understand difference, but at least some of us make the effort to try. - Author: Liz Williams
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#13. Stories don't always reflect the world; they make it, too. A book is a world inside the world, and sometimes there are worlds within that. - Author: Liz Williams
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#14. I've written a detective series myself, set in an imaginary, and slightly futuristic, Chinese city. The novels have an extremely tenuous relationship with the real world, since the hero is the city's Hell and ends up with a sidekick who is a demon. - Author: Liz Williams
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#15. For me, spiritual practice is a lot closer to art than science. - Author: Liz Williams
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#16. I think that the power of the Silent Minute lies in its inherent lack of external direction: what participants actually do during that minute - prayer, contemplation, focus - is up to them. - Author: Liz Williams
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#17. Much of what Karl Popper contributed to the philosophy of science has now passed into mainstream thought, into the currency of that nebulous, tricky ontology known as 'common sense.' - Author: Liz Williams
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#18. Only in the English countryside could violent death remain something that is 'cosy.' - Author: Liz Williams
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