Do you have any tips for me? Have you been in this situation?
To me there's nothing worse that someone who claims to follow a religion or philosophy with an open mind ... and behaves as bigoted and fundamentalist critics
DJ Droood wrote:On the plus side, you *do* have some original temples and shrines to visit!
Lily wrote:DJ Droood wrote:On the plus side, you *do* have some original temples and shrines to visit!
I think you are imagining a little too much. I mean, celtic temples? Haven't seen any....
DJ Droood wrote:I didn't say celtic specifically...pagan...and I don't have to imagine...I just visited the Temple of Saturn on Capitaline Hill, to name one of many...I mean, you can't sacrifice a chicken there anymore, but you can, as I said, visit...although I suppose the Pantheon covers the Celtic gods as well. It is a good place to be a Christian Druid too..in many churches you can pray to Jesus upstairs, then go downstairs and pay respects to the pagan gods in the basement.
I repeat, I never found this way of behaving in the english-language pagans.
Attila wrote:Hatred for Christianity is too far, keeping them at arms length is necessary though.
Attila wrote: If people are looking towards druidry as a new expression of Christianity they should look elsewhere
but I love my mum and like hugging her...
This is not forgiven. It makes sense that? For me not, if I know that everyone is free to see the divine as it feels more close to itself.
Jesus showed a way that is totally positive,
Aren't there common roots?
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