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« Reply #4: December 28, 2009, 04:35:12 am »

Oh, I understand your dilema.  I can't leave the offerings outside, but I feel I can't eat them either!  So, what to do with them?  I'm looking forward to others' answers, but I wanted to suggest giving an offering of something other than food.  You could also do volunteer work for a cause that is associated with a deity, offering songs, poems, art, donate money to specific causes...light a candle or burn incense They like.  Offerings don't have to be just food.


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I read in Sanion's page how certain deities would be worshiped in everyday life.
I am very good in house jobs, so in that way I worship Hestia. I  am trying to "cover" all deities Olympians with things I do through the day.
As Randall said, I make libations, give a little amount of everything I drink through the day, to the Gods.
Candles, incenses, arts, and other things go pretty well, but still, when I eat something, I wish to thank to Demeter, and other Gods, to dedicate that food to them... That's why I ask this question.
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