After discovering and being introduced to the pagan community and spirituality 17 years ago, there were many things I was learning and discovering which made so much more sense than any other spiritual path which I was a part of.
One of the many things I became aware of is that being pagan is about paying respect and worshiping the goddess and many gods of the elements and nature itself. However the majority of paganism is about the Goddess's. So one of the questions I was asking was "why" and why is it that the male gods do not seem to be recognized or worshiped as much as the feminine side?
Even with discussions, books, music that talk about the horned one or the horned god, that seems to be the extent of it so to me there still are many questions.
Since I also have a Native American Spiritual side, the gods they honor and respect are father sky, mother earth, spirit of the fire and the spirits of animals around us. To me this goes hand in hand with paganism, the way I look at things is the two are similar in so many ways but have differences as well.
Seems like I learn more and more things about this spiritual path I am on which is a good thing, there are some things that I may not agree with but that is to be expected of any path you follow no matter what it is. With the roles I have assumed being a group leader, minister, radio host, music promoter for many pagan musicians, and DJ, several people have told me that I play a important part in the community and they appreciate what I do. Being a group leader and minister, I take those roles quite seriously and personally as people look to the leaders in the community for support, guidance, and information which is important to them. To me there is a unspoken oath to do no harm which I abide by every day as I will not take it for granted at anytime or any point.
Intermingling with the feminine side of paganism can be enlightening, intimate, passionate, and even frustrating at times but over all I would like to see a balance between the recognition of the male gods and the goddess's of paganism.
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