“Kirikou and the Sorceress” is a 1998 traditional animation feature film written and directed by Michel Ocelot. Drawn from elements of West African folk tales, it depicts how a newborn boy, Kirikou, saves his village from the evil witch Karaba.
You know … not everyone has access to cash or the ability to go outside, or, well, a lot of things. And offerings are such a touchy topic for some people, especially the quality of them.
But some of us only have access to our thoughts. (If not, I’m sorry for the static you are experiencing at this time, whether temporary or permanent. I know it’s hard.).
Thinking about your deities, throwing out a mental thank you, having an internal conversation, acknowledgement, is all legit.
Internal prayers. Mental altars with visualized candles, dolls, paintings and food stuffs. A brain trip through the woods, or through your deity’s city. A communion day dream.
You get the point.
And God said, Love your enemy, and I obeyed Him and loved myself.