There are some great Websites out there that just don't fit into what I'm trying to do here. How frustrating to find such marvelous local pages, whose owners are so distinctly unique that I have no place to put them, or pages that aren't local, but certainly excellent resources.
I have decided to add the Out of State Resources section to this page. I do get inquiries from folks outside Wisconsin, particularly the bordering states of Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, and Michigan. For that reason, I'll be adding links to websites outside of Wisconsin who are doing the same kind of work that Spirit Pathways is attempting to do for Wisconsin. The first one, The Agora, is out of Chicago. I'm linking to them mostly because of their resources page, but the entire website is an excellent resource for the Chicagoland area.
Disclaimer: I don't get out to this page much. It's a links page. I'll break my back keeping the groups and resources sections up to date, but this page isn't on my list of Mission Critical stuff. You're supposed to check 'em out and if the link's broken, then come back and check another one. I've removed some that aren't there anymore, but hey, I've got a lot of work to do here and coming out to this page to cut out the dead wood isn't something I do more than once or twice a year. If a link doesn't work, and you tell me which one it is, I'll more'n likely come back and take it away. But if you tell me "Some of the links in the links page don't work.", I'll probably respond with a grunt and "Wow. What a shock."
If you missed the Global Meditation for World Peace, or just want to know something more about what went on, check here for some info on it, and other events in the making.
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This page here is fast becoming a list of other sites who've linked to Spirit Pathways. If I wasn't the boss, I'd have a talk with me in my office. Ravyn lives in New York, and is thinking about transferring to UW Madison. Let her know if you think she ought to do it.
If you've made it all the way through the page and still haven't found what you're looking for, I guess you need more help. MetaCrawler searches through Yahoo, WebCrawler, Lycos, Excite, and I think a few more engines, then gives you the results. Kind of like running four or five searches at the same time. Remember to click the correct button for the keywords. I generally search on a whole phrase, so I have that one selected.