So where are we now . . . July 13th. And its two and a half hours into a Sunday, would you believe! Not my most favourite day of the week, but at least its normally peaceful! No excuse for not writing. Which reminds me Matt, I REALLY will answer your query about the “Wicca Workers’ Party” next time. There’s no evasion here, believe me: I’ve just been so over-run with other matters. If its not one thing, its another at the moment. Mostly ‘physical distractions’ which have prevented the usual quick responses. (Well, lets face it, I usually respond quite quickly normally, so don’t need many apologies there!).
K. might dispute that a little; but if I listened to her, I’d be writing 24 hours a day. (No offence sweetheart!).
No. Things have really been a little ‘disruptive’ lately. I don’t want to go on about it – and I won’t – but I am working – or trying to work – under appalling conditions at the moment.
The kitchen has been cleared out and the mice have really gone. But so has my gas and electricity in there (and water and sink) which makes life a little difficult.
Well I guess it’s the usual day of rest and worship (for a few people). Some just take it easy; a few others might attend Church to ‘satisfy their souls’ to curse their enemies in the process! Well, this really happens believe it or not. Not usually by the priests or chaplains who remain genuinely good people, but by some who take refuge under their roofs’ to expand their worship from its given purpose into pleading God to grant their personal wishes, often – or usually – at the expense of other people.
Anyway, that is why I have always avoided places where people assemble together to ‘worship God’. I can do this simply in my own way without any scriptures to help me. Its only really a question of being in tune with the Greater – then the ‘lesser’ (personal human wants and desires) simply disappear.
To come into contact with Divine consciousness (not imaginary contact but REAL contact, is really a marvelous thing) and this can be done anywhere, and not just inside churches.
God gave us all the gift of life. How can we know that? Quite simply because we are all alive. Indeed, without that Divine gift, none of us would be here . . .