Reblog: The Wild Hunt — What Paganism Offers Me, What I Offer Paganism

jasonA great post from Jason Pitzl-Waters on why he writes for the Wild Hunt. Some of his words could be the words of any of us Pagan leaders that step out to do this work.

“I would be lying if I said that the strain of expectation wasn’t sometimes more than I feel I can bear, and for the last several years I have wrestled with intermittent bouts of burn-out. No matter how excellent you strive to be, there will always be someone who is unhappy with the way things are done. The main accusation made against my person is that I’m some sort of sell-out, that I’m secretly batting for some faction, religion, or viewpoint. The truth is far more mundane, and far less exciting.”

– See more at: http://wildhunt.org/2013/11/what-paganism-offers-me-what-i-offer-paganism.html

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2 thoughts on “Reblog: The Wild Hunt — What Paganism Offers Me, What I Offer Paganism

  1. I love your input in the article. I’m one of those who has wanted to be pagan clergy, but I do lack the leadership skills and skills to be a pastoral counselor. So I have not gone out to form a group yet. I’ve seen too many groups fall apart and get bogged down in favoritism and politics.

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