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" One touch of nature

makes all the world kin "

William Shakespeare

5 Responses to “TreeStory ~ Druid in The Yew”

  1. Really enjoyed watching this. I love connecting to trees and hearing their stories and I adore the yew.

    There is a group of trees I used to pass by every day to and from work and I connected so well with them. One at the end I thought was dying and I watched its dryad use its own energy trying to hold the illness. I worried but I kept telling myself that it must be my imagination, how would I know anyway (this was before I really got onto the druid path), and yet… I walked by there the other day again and the tree had died. The others there still grieve and I am glad, so very glad I met this beech when it was still alive. They teach us about a different point of view and many have the most lovely spirits. Connection with them really opens up new doors. I think I am trying to say that we should make these connections when we have the chance, because they change us for the better, so thank you for sharing your story.

  2. Just reading The Education of Little Tree to my children at the moment. The Way of living described by Little Tree’s grandpa is the Way of being with trees described by you Phillip. The template is Universal and held up as such a beautiful offering to such a distracted species. Go the Druids, go the Cherokee. Thank you for your continued Light.

  3. That is so beautiful. I love trees. Apparently my first word was ‘trees’ as mum wheeled me in my pram. She said I was fasinated by them as we went along the road.
    Thank you for sharing.


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