I am a Christian--Please don't attack!--and I was just wondering (because I am very curious about all faiths) how you draw closer to your dieties.
Again, I am just curious. This is not a question for bashing. This is a question to share some of your faith with other curious people.
I have met a few Pagans in my life, but they seem a little skeptical of sharing what it is that they do with Christians (who can blame them with all of the religious intolerance in the world?). So I was hoping some of you ladies would be willing to share.
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Answer by pnwmom at 4:30 PM on Jan. 1, 2010
You're a mom, right? (That's why you are here! lol) And unless you adopted or had a surrogate, that child grew inside your body and was nourished, sheltered, and grew within your body. I see the Earth as Mother Goddess and the land as Her body. And most everything we eat (Twinkies excluded lol) comes from the Land, the Goddess, Mother Earth, Mother Nature. So the vegetables from my garden are the nutrients the Mother gives to me and my family for our bodies. And tending the garden is in turn taking care of Her. (I've often referred to composting as "Gifts to Gaia").
Answer by MamaK88 at 4:41 PM on Jan. 1, 2010
...and as for the cooking aspect...
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