posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:42 PM
reply to post by Noinden
You may doubt as much as you wish. Anything I say cannot change your opinion of me. True?
I do not fret about other people's opinions of me. I am myself. I know who I am. I'm good with that. I don't like titles, status, or basing
definitions of people merely upon their age. I tend to not adhere to any group, and I'm fine with my place upon my own path. I learn new things
every day. To me, that is the life of a Druid, to see the beauty in the world around us, to pause and reflect, and to not worry about what other
people think. It's a solo journey, in which you enrich yourself, and share with others. The people in my "real" life know me, and come to me with
questions, and I answer them. They don't say "Oh most Elder Druid, may I beseech you with this question?" Nope. They come up to me like I am a
normal person, talk with me, and we have a conversation. I have no airs about me. I am real, and not pretentious in real life.
I call myself Druid. It's a simple statement. If you really want to know my age in this life, take my username, my join date, and twist it around
the Cancer in an Astrology chart. If you are clever, you'll know how old I am.
I like you. You are tenacious and rigid. I look forward to conversing with you more. It would be interesting for you to share the way you
, the part beyond your teachings, and give us a glimpse of your soul.
I see character, not appearance or knowledge, when I define people. Think about it.
It doesn't really matter what you look like, or what you know, it's how you act. That's the pivotal defining point for an individual. It matters.