Tag Archives: kharis

Building kharis

One of my favourite things about Hellenismos is the concept of kharis. Kharis, in Ancient Greek, can be translated as joy, grace, and kindness. To me, it’s when your inner happiness is so radiant that it bubbles out and touches … Continue reading

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Prayer in Hellenismos

I posted this on a forum a short while ago and thought I would share on here. The question was: “What does prayer mean to you?” In my religion there are two types of prayer: formal and informal. (I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Donating blood, and serving the Gods in everyday ways

I just got back from the hospital, where I went to donate my blood. I feel truly blessed to be able to do this, as I feel that it is my duty, as a human being, to help the world in … Continue reading

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Today I made honey cakes for Hermes

Hermes had been good to me these last two months, so I felt the need to thank him in a special way. He kept me safe during my travels as I moved back to New Zealand from the UK, he provided me … Continue reading

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