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William Shakespeare

The Tiny House Blog

May 18th, 2013

My favourite blog at the moment: the Tiny House Blog. Here is a photo from the blog:P1030171

9 Responses to “The Tiny House Blog”

  1. Ahhhhh … a fellow introvert! Just posted about solitude as a sacred path on my own blog this morning. This looks like my kinda place to live.

  2. Too funny – So was I! The idea of a teepee on a raft is also just side-splitting! That would not be my idea of a retreat, but then, it is someone’s idea of a retreat, and that’s all that counts. I’d love a treehouse, myself – what better abode for a lover of trees? I had a tree platform when I was little, where I used to spend my days reading – a favourite pastime in a favourite place!

  3. Built on the fly with natural, recycled materials, why not change your abode with the seasons the way our ancestors probably did.

  4. Hi Philip, sorry for the non-sequitur here – is there a better place we might be able to ask you questions? (Ever think of having an Ask Philip corner?) 😉

    In any case, I’ve been wondering lately about the nature of spiritual mentors in Druid tradition, or whether or not they seem to be an imperative part of Druidic learning. I know you’ve had your own mentors, and was wondering if you had any thoughts on this?

    Been reading the Upanishads recently and was struck by how often they spoke to the importance of having a teacher. I’m so curious to get a Druid perspective.

    Thanks! 🙂

    • Hi Bonni,
      That’s such an interesting question. It’s also very subtle and needs a long answer I believe because on the one hand mentors/teachers can be hugely helpful I believe, but there are also the pitfalls of projection/idolisation and so on ! It’s actually on my list of topics to write about, so hopefully not before too long you’ll see a post on it here!
      Thanks for asking! 🙂

      • That’s fabulous, thank you! I agree about the pitfalls; it seems it’s a tight rope to walk. Looking forward to reading more. 🙂

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