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Every Witch has her own journey, every Witch has her own prayers to the Goddess. In this book JoAnne Spiese shares her poems, devotionals and prayers to bring light to others and sing the praises of the Goddess and Nature. Be proud of who you are and grasp what makes you yourself.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150302716
Publisher: THG StarDragon Publishing
Publication date: 02/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 436 KB

About the Author

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us…” Marianne Williamson.

The path that one picks for themselves is bound with barriers. There are times these barriers slow us down. It is then that we must gather our will and power and go forth. I have found this is to embrace my self, to embrace what makes me special. We each have something to offer each other.

I am different. I knew this as a child and grew into it as a woman. It makes me special. It makes me who I am. It is our fear that keeps us in the “Broom Closet.” My friends, the closet is filled. Come into the light of the day. Hold on to your broom.

Say it out loud...I am a Witch.

It took me a long time to say those words. Words have their own power. They also can create fear. But I am better for who I am. Let the world know your power. Let them know your knowledge you hold, the knowledge that you have always held. Your mothers and sisters have given this to you. We were the first to look deep into the fire. We were the first to raise our arms towards the moon and praise her glory. We see all. The music comes to us, for the words are deep in our soul.

Walk tall. Hold tight to your broom. All that surrounds you belongs to us. We know the splendor, but also the darkness that is ignorance.

For all those who have died in vain. For all those who have lived in fear.
For all those have felt the torment of difference. I stand proud before you and bow to your courage.

Witch, Witch, you’re a Witch … yes I am!
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