Witchling is…

 

This of course is going to bring a whole new perspective. It’s been natural for me to raise Witchlette on a Pagan path. I do with her as I would do with me. Female to female. The relationship with the divine can be different for men than for women. I’ve got a few starting places though. 

The first and foremost is Witchlette. She has taken the lead at home when she wants to do a ritual or a Circle or just a candle. She will be one of Witchling’s models. 

The second, and thinking about it this way, the one that was put in place for a reason, is the males in my Pagan group. I was wishy-washy about actually going to events and becoming active in this group for years. Then when Witchlette was just over a year I plunged in and am so grateful that I have. 

Thirdly, and although listed last is still the most influential, are me and Hubby. Hubby has a very interesting take on spirituality. He finds his own divine connection by hiking through the woods. Nothing formal, no ritual, no pomp and circumstance. Just him and nature. This is a huge aspect for me, but the only aspect for him. 

It’s going to be different, but it would be different even if Witchling was another girl. 

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One thought on “Witchling is…

  1. I find myself wondering the same thing. I’m pretty sure number 2 is a boy. There are many men in the greater community here and the celtic group I belong to is lead by a man, but in my personal practice it’s strictly female.

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