My First Featured Article on Beliefnet!
I'm so Excited! My article is featured!
This is truly a first for me, and I was so excited, I had to share with everyone!
I've been writing for a website called Beliefnet.com for the past few months — a milestone in itself because I've been wanting to write for them for years!
Why? They feature ALL beliefs from the all major religions, and then some.
But today is the first time I've been featured on their front page! The very first of their 4 rotating banners, and with my name just there beneath it! (Until Monday, July 21st anyway…)
As someone who's been a ghostwriter for many years, I feel like I've finally stepped out into the sun. Aaaaaah! I am fairly certain it has something to do with my lovely friend, Trish Kusal Wilson, who allowed me to use her photographs. The glory is all the sweeter when it's shared!
It's also a subject that I've never felt quite brave enough to write about, since it's such a touchy one for so many people: prayer — but I've attempted to translate it into something that intellectuals, naturalists and realists might be able to relate to. See if you can, and let me know. If nothing else, click to see Trish's glorious photos!
I partly began writing for Beliefnet because I thought it would be a good way to connect with an audience that could understand and appreciate the podcast I co-host on Unity Online Radio, called "Pop Conscious: Where Pop Culture & Spirituality Unite!" It is exactly my ministry style, actually, as I study to one day become a fully ordained Unity minister — rejecting no one and nothing in the world, just using it all to be more understanding, more positive and creative and help make the world a happier place.
Here are links to check it all out, if you wanna! And if you know anyone who'd make a good radio guest or interview subject while talking about entertainment and enlightenment, please get in touch!
Prayer for Intellectuals, Naturalists and Realists on Beliefnet.com with photos by Trish Kusal Wilson
Weddings with Pop Culture Spirit with photos by Jonas Seaman and Micha Hamilton
Learn more or contact me at MalaynaDawn.com!