- Every action has a consequence that must be observed and you must be prepared to compensate for your actions if required.
- All life is sacred and all are responsible for seeing that this standard is upheld.
- You do still live in society and are bound by its rules.
- Work with high standards.
- Make an honest living.
- Be a good host as well as a good guest.
- Take care of yourself.
- Serve your community.
- Maintain a healthy balance of the spiritual and mundane.
- Uphold the Truth, starting with yourself.
- Be sure in your convictions, particularly when judging or accusing someone, but also when debating. Ask yourself: are you really sure? Do you really know that this the case?
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Athelia Nihtscada's ethical principles
As noted in my recent post, I read in Philip Carr-Gomm's book What Do Druids Believe? about Athelia Nihtscada's principles of druidry. Just now I looked it up on google. I found that the book's chapter called "Ethics and Values" was on the OBOD web site, on a page called Ethics and Values in Druidry II. The ethical principles attributed to Athelia Nihtscada are:
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