I like being Pagan

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12/4/2000 8:29 PM
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Here's a chance to focus on the good stuff and tell others why you like your religion. What makes you happy about belonging to it? What fond memories or present-day experiences have enriched your life? Accentuate the positive and tell us "why I like being Pagan"!

12/4/2000 9:39 PM
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(And don't forget to visit the Paganism discussion boards!)

12/5/2000 3:15 PM
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I like being Pagan because it allows me to express and celebrate my beliefs in the sanctity of this world and this life.

12/5/2000 4:11 PM
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I have always believed there are many Gods, and this is a very common belief amongst Pagans! I have attended several kinds of Pagan rituals (and I lead one type of ritual) and I find them moving, meaningful and fulfilling-- and often fun, too!

Pagans are very interested in relationships and communication: between the planes of existence, between mortals and Gods, between those of us currently living on earth and those of us between lives, between humans and animals and the earth, between elemental spirits and the earth, or humans, or animals, or Gods.... and of course, relationships and communication between people!

Pagan religions generally encourage us to constantly learn and grow intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. Pagan religions also encourage us to enjoy our lives and make the most of them.

It's not always easy to be Pagan because we face a lot prejudice, but it's what I am, and I wouldn't want to be anything else.


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