Why ‘tangible sanctity’?

Sanctity n.
Because so much around us is sacred – the land, sea and sky, their plants and animals, our ancestors and their gods.

Tangible adj.
Because sanctity is immanent, not separate from the physical or the mundane. And because modern Paganism, with all its wild and wonderful distractions, can be so ephemeral and vague.

I will endeavour to focus on the tangible, on the nature and culture we share with our ancestors, and on the traditional crafts that helped forge their mutually rewarding relationship with the land, to honour the sacred and to live within my means.


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