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« Reply #4: May 17, 2011, 07:37:25 am »

What do y'all think? What are your obligations to community? If you're a solitary, how can you apply the ideas of community to your personal practices?

Fantastic question Cheesy. I'm a solitary and I feel a lack of spiritual community in my practice. I try to incorporate it by doing things like responding to posts I can help with here on TC. Unfortunately that's not as many as I would like. I still feel like such a beginner that I'm not sure what I can offer to anyone else. I also check in on the prayer and healing request board and send what I can, thus contributing in a small way to this community.

Since being claimed (I think) by Brighid I've been considering joining the TC Cill and being a part of that worship community. If I do join then my obligations would be to do my shift and to support the other Cill members however I can.  I'm not sure if I've been working with Brighid for long enough to join the Cill yet.

I'm open to ideas anyone else may have as to how to apply the ideas of community to a solitary practice. It's definitely an area that I would like to work on.   
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