Okayy so when I first started witchcraft I was young and
this one thing remains the same: whenever someone finds out I’m a witch they
ask me “do you worship the devil?” “are you going to put a hex on me?” or “I better
watch out before you put a curse on me” ….
And I understand where people come from sometimes,
especially when I encounter really big Christians and all of that. I know that
not everyone is going to understand and that there are going to be some people
who, because of what they were taught, go straight to that assumption .. But my
question to that is “What if I did?” would you stop being friends with me or
talk to me about my practices when some people don’t even practice their faith
like they’re supposed to? What makes this even worse is the fact that people
think things are black and white. There are different types of witches dude.. and
a big news flash! There are Christian witches *waits for loud gasps*
Honestly because there are so many ways to practice, you can
be a Cristian witch who just put a curse on someone. The point is (and I’m not
picking on Christians, just using it as an example) is that when people tell me
that they are Christian I don’t just say “OMG are you gonna like splash me with
holy water” “I better watch out or you might stone me to death” like that’s wild
in my opinion. If you are curious about what I practice, try to ask questions
about it! Or do some research maybe? You wouldn’t appreciate it if I ask you
some off the wall shit and I don’t either.
SOOO instead of complaining about it without actually helping anyone, I’m gonna post some links so you can learn for yourself okay?
Didn’t feel like doing much of anything, to be honest, but I needed to do something, so I did a short bike ride. It was a bit windy, and I probably would’ve gone longer if not for that. I really dislike riding in the wind. It’s all fun and games while it’s at your back, but eventually you have to turn around. Plus, the book I was listening to ended about half-way through. The struggle is real. haha!
This is my old, heavy, too-small bike, also, which I could really feel in my quads vs. my new bike.
I got my 5/5 day workout goal in with this, so that’s also good.
Anyway, got something done, which is more than I felt like doing. Go me.