Re: Getting just a tad wound up now
- --- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, "Daibhaid" <daibhi@c...> wrote:
> "An' it harm none"---it is time, I feel, for the self-appointedAs a Wiccan I have no problem with the Rede, primarily because I know it is a guide
> village idiot to stop babbling on the stone wall and speak
> philosophically. Ich habe meinen papieren to be so forward.
> Du bist haben sien papieren? Zo...Papieren bitte! :^)
> I have seen and heard a great many people speak about the Rede over the
> years, and I've had some "idiots" or "fluff bunnies" get in my face
> about how I'm not living according to same. > Slan
and not an absolute law carved in stone. It doesn't stop me from protecting myself,
my family, my friends or just anyone who looks like they need help. I do whatever
seems right at the time and accept full responsibility for all my actionsd, should the
results turn out somewhat differently than I expected. Now I would not give too much
attention to anyone telling me that I am not living my life the right way,
be they Christian, Muslim, Pagan or what have you.
My question is why did you even listen to the fluff bunnies? I would only listen to
someone who had something sensible to say. Fluff bunnies given time may become
such persons but I can wait until they have experience and grown up a bit in craft.
Geezer, spell crafter and occasional philosopher
Twenty-one years experience but only a first level Alexandrian.
Haven't found another teacher since I found my first high Priestess.
I am told that I would have an easier time in Connecticut, but I live in
New Mexico. [Sigh] [Grin]
- My question is why did you even listen to the fluff bunnies? I would
only listen to
someone who had something sensible to say. Fluff bunnies given time may
such persons but I can wait until they have experience and grown up a
bit in craft.
Never said I listened, just because someone gets in my face don't mean
that. In fact, when someone like a FFBP (Friggin Fluff Bunny Pagan) gets
in my face these days I wait for them to take a breath and say politely,
"Well glad you paused there because for a moment I was afraid you were
going to break your tongue."