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Nancy-Raven 
Posted: 02-May-2005, 02:43 PM
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Hehe,
I realise this afternoon there is a grove forum.I'm also practicing green witchcraft.It take many a long time to put a name on this because wicca is not specially for me but my sister practice it and we always do or most of the time a lot of thing together.

We also have our own coven , but there is 2 persons, her and me because everyone go to montreal but I don't specially go there because the group is not what I expect.For me a coven is mostly a group of person or friends doing things together.You should always be welcome and have something in common with people which was not the case in mtl.

For those who cry because there is not a lot of activity here, with me here it will be more active.I have a lot to say and I'm specially frank so sorry if some don't like or think I'm rude .Smiling to someone when you want to kick this person is not my style,I prefer to be honnest.

For the things that a little challenge offense some,do you live or work with christian?My boss say alleluīa(sorry for the spelling)at least 10 time per day and I never feel agress by this.My entire family is christian , my mom is not proud and my father don't even care.My grandmother feel a bit shock but it doesn't change we all have good relation ,we only have a different way to see things.During many years I cry and lament about being reject or not respect , but I realize it is worst .It will not change , everyone cannot have the way to see things like you.I choose the pagan path more than 5 years now (I stop the count after 5).By this choice I understand and agree that people will ask questions and this is normal.

To be respect you should respect other first.Time learn that many of us pagan did not show a great respect for christain and catholic , so how did you expect to be treat?
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  Posted: 02-May-2005, 04:13 PM
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Well Nancy I would love to hear your opinions. I do not offend easy wink.gif Feel free to share.


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Posted: 27-Feb-2009, 05:14 PM
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QUOTE (Nancy-Raven @ 02-May-2005, 07:43 PM)
... so how did you expect to be treat?

I expect to be treated like a decent human being. tongue.gif


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