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Monday, July 17, 2006

The Wiccan Rede

The Central belief in Wicca, the Wiccan Rede is the oldest of known ethics although it hasn't always been called anything more than common sense. The most common phrasing of The Rede is "An' it harm none, do as you will," Which is often reduced to "Harm none." In Universal Eclectic Wicca we also have an expanded reading of the Rede which is especially helpful when describing it to people who believe in commandments and long lists of rules. It states: "If an action will cause harm, physically, emotionally, or mentally, to another person or one's Self, refrain from doing it. Strive to always be helpful and never willingly cause strife or harm to befall someone. Weigh your actions against each other, would you wish your actions taken against you? Take no action you would not wish to receive."There are several poems also called "The Wiccan Rede" but it is still only the eight little word "An it harm none, do as ye will."
This article is from copyrighted material by KaatrynMacMorgan,CUEW homepage,http://www.cuew.org
posted by Satyia @ 6:09 AM  


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