Through the centuries, Hermits have often entrusted their livelihoods to fate or faith — relying upon some version of the principle of Dominus providebit: the divine force will provide sustenance for those who feel led to place their honest trust in it.
In modern times, especially here in the West, this outlook can seem quite foolhardy and misguided. Yet many admirable people today are following such a simple and “risky” path with marvelous results. (See the Contemplations page for some thought-provoking examples.) From studying the matter deeply, I’ve come to believe that this way, by the grace and good providence of “that of God within,” could actually be the best-guided adventure imaginable.
If you find the work on this site intriguing and worthwhile, your kind offering would be most welcome and appreciated.
Many ways to make your offering… (Page still under construction.)
Support my writing projects in progress: two freedom-centered novels (one for young adults), and a nonfiction book dealing with the subjects covered on this blog, like contemplation and creativity. (See this link TBA for current information.)
Contribute to improvements at Hermit Hollow. Wish list for 2019: lumber and hardware needed to build a small sitting porch; a truckload of pea gravel for the driveway; a compact refrigerator. (Go here for the latest details.)
Make a one-time contribution via PayPal, … alternatives?
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Contact the Hermit if you wish to make an offering by check or money order through the mail. Email: hermithollow (at) protonmail (dot) com.