posted on May, 1 2012 @ 10:29 AM
Sometimes in life we are thrown trials to test our strengths, our hearts and our souls. Some of us find these trials easy to undertake the rest of us
are dealt tougher trials, more heartache, horror and terror because we can ultimately survive and withstand it, even in our darkest moments in this
life there is always a small glimmer of light to guide us through it.
Society frown upon those of us who are deemed different, who have different beliefs, we are told we are sinners and blasphemers and i say to you, what
right do you have to judge me? what right do you have to judge my beliefs, my loves, my hates or my heart, remove the blindness from your own eyes
before you cast the stone of doubt and point fingers.
I was raised by a gypsy catholic mother and a Christian father, i discovered i had certain talents as a child and chose to develop them further, after
going through some very horrendous things which lead to self harming and drug abuse in my teens. i became a wiccan as a teenager and have never turned
back, it taught me how to love myself and the small things in life and taught me respect for everything around me, it also showed me that karma always
wins - if you do good to others you will receive good in return, if you are unjust and evil in your ways karma will ensure you get the same back (not
so different from certain religious teachings) and yes i considered my self religious for many years and i still do. People have a very dull view of
wicca and are extremely ignorant to what it actually is and it frustrates the hell outta me in all honesty.
A saying some of us use is "In perfect love and perfect trust,"
- its not all about black arts and magics, its about the love and respect
for all living things, for nature herself.
Blessed Be. my friend rish even in your darkest moments in this life there will be a bubble protecting and comforting you