Book Review: Pagan Planet

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Buy the book here: Pagan Planet: Being, Believing & Belonging in the 21Century

I really enjoyed this book, it was a frank and varied look at what it means to be Pagan in the modern age. I took something away from each piece in this book, and added new authors to my ‘To – Read’ list based on their pieces in this book. I also really appreciated that activists and other members of the wider Pagan community had pieces included, it was really interesting to read from the perspectives of those that don’t usually share so deeply in their lives.

I learned a lot from this, not just about other Pagan religions I had not been introduced to, but also about activism of various kinds, not just environmental.

It made me realise that we are only as strong as the values we choose to demonstrate.

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