Across the centuries, hermits and creative folk have often entrusted their livelihoods to fate or faith — relying upon some version of the principle of Dominus providebit: the eternal ineffable power will find ways to sustain those who place their honest trust in its providence.

In modern times, especially here in the West, this approach can seem quite foolhardy and misguided. Yet many admirable people today are following such a simple, time-honored, and “risky” path with fascinating results. (See the Contemplations page for some thought-provoking examples.)

If you find the work on this site intriguing and worthwhile, and you feel moved to support it, your kind offering would be most welcome and appreciated.

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Become a Hermit Hollow sustaining patron for less than U.S. $3 per month through (after Gaius Maecenas, ancient Roman statesman and patron of the arts) — an open-source, privacy-centered online patronage platform dedicated to genuine free speech.

Or, contact the Hermit if you wish to make an offering through postal mail. Email: hermithollow (at) protonmail (dot) com.