Henge Happenings #78 - Beltaine 2008
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Issue #79
Lughnasadh 2008

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Henge Happenings

   Issue 79

From the President
From the
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From the Secretary
Bard's Path


Seer's Path

Sharing the Grain Harvest of Lughnasadh

druid's Path

Finding My Theology

Internet & Reviews
Tony's Druid Blog
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From the Vice-President

If At First You Don’t Fricassee, Fry, Fry, a HenVice -President Wren

The time of the First Harvest is already here, and now it’s time to assess our success. Have the plans planted at the Feast of Death gestated and grown as we hoped? Have we stayed on-track or taken a detour? We can take a taste to evaluate whether the harvest will be sweet, bittersweet or possibly just plain bitter.

When the harvest appears to be sweet, then there is nothing different to be done in the time until the final harvest. A bittersweet flavor may indicate that a minor detour has been taken, but there’s still time to make minor adjustments and get things back on track. If the fruit tastes bitter, all is not lost. The days are still warm, round and long with time to make lemonade.

Now is the time for Keltrians to take a look around and decide whether our plans for the new year set at Samhain are following the expected path. Sometimes, detours and deviations may bring unexpected, yet happy results. Sometimes not. The thing to remember is that now is the time to look around and evaluate progress made thus far. If you aren’t completely happy with what you see, you still have time to change it.

- Wren


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