> Greetings my friends,
> I felt i should respond to a recent topic which was discussed on
>this channel, Druidry. After doing a little bit of searching i uncovered
>a beautiful poem which in my opinion describes the essance of dr
> uidry. The afore mentioned poem is as follows,
> > What is Duidry?
> > How can i answer such a question?
> > It is a way to fulfillment and understanding,
> > It is a science, an art, and a spiritual path
> > It is a psychology of freedom,
> > It is a growth, and learning, and personal power,
> > It is taking responsibility for your own life,
> > It is the confrontation of mysteries,
> > It is the breaking of illusion,
> > It is knowing the spirit of life
> > It is helping out the newborn foal; hand under the legs,
> > It is sitting in the moonlight, playing the harp,
> > It is directing energy upon the lines,
> > It is being forced to kill in humility because of hunger
> > It is planting rye seed,
> > It is healing the sick and mending the wounded,
> > It is magic, it is power, it is gentleness in strength;
> > The hawk that circles me and the lamb curled in my lap,
> > It is real life, child; enjoy it!
> > Ruen O'Mahony
Well, so much for trying not to whitewash the Celtic past.
"'N life goes on in this steamy little town,
truth lies face down."
Bill Mallonee of VOL *Killing Floor*
Wayne, 1st door on the left in C.