Unity in our Common Ground
Wow, it’s been a while since I last posted a blog. During my tour the internet was rare (camping in the countryside combined with mobile data costing £6 per mb was just too much!) so I resigned myself to the fact that I wouldn’t be posting while I was away.
Two weeks on the road and I am once again sitting here feeling blessed to be a part of a worldwide Pagan community.
Some say that Paganism is so diverse that it cannot be a community.
Some say we should all just call what we do something else entirely.
Some say that Paganism is made up of so many paths, with so many points of view, that it is in danger of melt-down and fragmentation.
But I am lucky enough to travel with my music and meet Pagans from all over the world, and everywhere I go I feel the same energy. From Wiccans to Druids to Heathens and Eclectics, there is a huge swathe of common ground that we all share. We might differ in the detail and our personal dogmas, but when we work from that space of common ground we create wonder, magic and worldwide community.
And I feel honoured to be a part of that.
Hurrah for all of us!