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Human Parts

Divine Feminine Wisdom for a World Gone Mad

If we’ve lived differently before, we can choose to do it again

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Sometimes a memory hits me out of the blue.

It’s the year 2000, and I’m sitting in a Mexican dive bar, a block off of Chicago’s Michigan Avenue. I’m steadily working my way through a pack of cigarettes and one too many margaritas, in deep conversation with a…




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Elizabeth Childs Kelly

Elizabeth Childs Kelly

I write about the intersection of ancient spiritual traditions and modern feminism. Host of the Home to Her podcast:

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