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Posted November 22, 2013
The book is what it says it is for sure. Basically, this is a transcript of a conversation covering different aspects of the Wiccan Rede, what the rede really is, and how it should reflect on the life of a wiccan. It doesn't provide any concrete answers, but proposes and discusses several opinions on the subject for personal reflection. I think it helped me take a closer look at the rede and what it means to me. Thanks!
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The world suddenly seemed darker and lonelier. He could feel the morning chill creeping into his bones. It felt like permafrost on bare skin. The bark of the tree was uncomfortable on his back. It had seemed like eternity before he had the cpirage to stand. To walk away from the stale sage scent of his sweet mother. He had already forgotten his name. He decided, if he was going to tell anyone about himself, he needed a new name. He remembered his Ma telling him stories of huge, brilliant birds with the deepest black eyes. Barn Owls, she called them. He wish he knew what black was. He shook himself from his thoughrs, standing on shaky aching legs. He lifted his nose. Suddenly a comfort fille his chest. It was an eerie feeling, as if hed been here before. But before he could think it through, he had walked into a camp bustling with the scents of many ats.
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