Argenta wrote:As with your previous topic, I like neither
I prefer suburbs of smaller towns (50-100,000), which border with nature. I have spent most of my life in such places, and it is where I feel mostly at home, and able to give my best. In large cities, I get lost, in a more metaphysical sense, and think the contribution to community is not always as obvious or needed. I also don't like the feeling of being trapped in concrete there. On the other hand, I don't have what it takes to live in the country, grow my own food, and live in a cottage. At least not right now. But I do need some a wood or at least a thicket nearby, and some open space to wander around.
Merlyn wrote:I think we all might like to live on a farm, but we also know how much work that is
Nature? or human nature?
I have lived through both, often reflecting on which lent itself more to my druidry.
Do you feel more like a druid in the country?
Do we feel our involvement in life and humanity is alive in the city? Suburbs of life?
Where do we as Drui do the most good?
Were do we feel at home, is druidry a self"ish" path for us, seeking where we fit in?
Or is it a more outreaching path?
it wouldn't work if everyone decided to leave the city's for "the hills"
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