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Author Topic: Working on Behalf of the Gods?  (Read 10972 times)
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« Reply #19: March 01, 2009, 10:59:26 am »

What do you think?  Do the gods need us, and if so, for what?  I know Shad, f'ex, has a theory that we are the eyes and hands of the gods.  What does that mean in practice?  Are there specific activities or things that you feel you are encouraged or even required to do for your god/dess(es)?  What happens if you don't do them?  How do you know what you're supposed to do?

The Goddess has called me to be a healer.  I agree with the idea that we can be the eyes and hands of the Goddess if we open ourselves up to this possibility. 

I know that She requires me to be a healer because She has told me so; She speaks with me just as She does all of us in one way or another.

Specific things I'm required to do is to take good care of my body and be compassionate to everyone, especially those I don't care for.  I have also cleaned litter from a small wooded area per Her direction. 

I don't think that She needs me per se.  She has indicated that there is a great need for healing in all of Her creation and has charged me with being open to helping those around me in whatever way I can.  Blessings to all~blu
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