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Following the Forest Path

I’ve always been fascinated with religion. I was raised primarily by my mother in what I would classify as a rather Quaker upbringing. We didn’t attend church, but I was taught from toddler-hood that God and Jesus were accessible as living, responsive beings that we could open to through silence, solitude, and being in nature. I wasn’t taught … Continue reading

A Druid Response to Ferguson

In the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids, there are no clergy and laity.  We are all priests in our own lives, and gathering together is a grove of equals.  That said, I cannot write “the” Druid response to Ferguson – I cannot speak for other Druids.  I can only reflect on how I approach … Continue reading