Why We Can't Talk to You about Voodoo

@article{Osbey2011WhyWC,
  title={Why We Can't Talk to You about Voodoo},
  author={Brenda Marie Osbey},
  journal={The Southern Literary Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={43},
  pages={1 - 11}
}
We who are natives of this City and count ourselves among the Faithful cannot talk with you, the outsider, about Voodoo. And that is unfortunate. Because in this highly complex, deceptively simple set of principles, beliefs and what-have-you, is much that could heal you of whatever it is in your life that needs healing. Could heal your whole life, probably. Because that's what it really is all about. Your whole life. Not you personally, of course, but how the wholeness anyone and everyone… 
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