Summer Solstice Posted byM. A. PhillipsJune 23, 2018Posted inDruidism My grove gathered today to celebrate Summer Solstice. We honored Manannan mac Lir, and he enjoyed many offerings of yellow flowers. Our magical working was to reaffirm our grove’s hospitality toward people from the LGBTQ+ community, as well as different races and ethnicities. We prayed for our immigrant neighbors, and later discussed rallies and other ways to show support. Photos by Grey Catsidhe Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by M. A. Phillips An author and Druid living in Northern NY. View more posts
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Hospitality, especially toward members of the LGBTQ+ community, is a good thing, and I am really glad to see your grove celebrating and respecting people in this way. You set a fine example. Thank you.
Thank you! It was my grovemate and friend’s idea, and I’m so glad she suggested that focus! It worked well with Manannan, I think, and he seemed very happy to assist. We have room to grow, but I’m proud that we’re being proactive! Blessings to you!
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