Keep Calm and Follow the Wolf

Keep Calm and Follow the Wolf!

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The spirit of the wolf resides in my heart
Mostly peacefully, yet ever wild
Running in time to the blowing wind
Dancing in the clouds that drift in the Heavens

The spirit of the wolf resides in my soul
Longing to hear the song of the Great One
Striving to be that which I am in my natural state
Succeeding only because of the Love that the Universe grants me
Theme from Dances With Wolves

The spirit of the wolf resides in my heart

Mostly peacefully, yet ever wild

Running in time to the blowing wind

Dancing in the clouds that drift in the Heavens

The spirit of the wolf resides in my soul

Longing to hear the song of the Great One

Striving to be that which I am in my natural state

Succeeding only because of the Love that the Universe grants me

Theme from Dances With Wolves

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It’s not that I don’t trust you. I just don’t know you well enough to make a judgement. My pack will not know you until I decide you can be trusted.

It’s not that I don’t trust you. I just don’t know you well enough to make a judgement. My pack will not know you until I decide you can be trusted.

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To those of you who think we are a vicious creature, I challenge you to come sit in our circle. Step in our paw prints. Only then will you know that we are nothing to be feared.

To those of you who think we are a vicious creature, I challenge you to come sit in our circle. Step in our paw prints. Only then will you know that we are nothing to be feared.

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From the Mind of a Wolf:

Rastas and hippies:

I know this was supposed to be a weekly thing, but it’s now a whenever-the-hell-I-want thing. You kiddies get to deal with my rantings that much more!

Anyway….on to the subject at hand. Rastas and hippies. Rastafarianism is the epitome of faith in a deity. They believe that their deity Jah, will provide for them. They never have much cash….or anything else. They rarely seek anything out because of that one principle. They rely on Jah to provide everything they need to survive. If they die, then it was Jah’s decision to let them.

Hippies are a little more proactive. They organize communes and engage in voluntary collectivism, not necessarily centering around anything but humanity itself. Where I have no problem with people working together, as that is what we wolves do regularly, I do with the lack of recognition of the self.

We wolves are all about balance. We believe that true freedom comes under authority or law, in humanity’s case. A balance of authority and freedom. We also believe in strength of the self. Through a strong self and being proactive, we benefit other pack members. We can hunt, provide for, and raise young with a strong body and mind. In essence, a strong you benefits everyone close to you. The ones that matter. Family. Your pack. Without them, you die. So it can be said that without a strong self, you die.

Getting something for yourself and keeping it is not greed. Taking something others have worked for is. No deity will provide the things you need. There is no shame in seeking and following your own path, nor is there shame in leaning on your pack members. If voluntary collectivism is your thing, go for it. Just don’t force collectivism on those who don’t want any part of it. It makes you no better than the ones you profess to hate. Negative energy is negative energy. Release yours in a better way.

Also, I would ask for you, my followers to give me more feedback. Negative or positive. If you like one of my posts, please leave me a message and say whatever you like. Sharing of ideas is what makes us all better humans.

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We see what evil lies in humanity. We’ve been pacing its trail for thousands of years. This blessing (or curse) is misunderstood by the whole of society. Some call us insane when we denounce evil. But they are forgiven, for they know not the direction they are being led. Only a select few will ever know what it is to be a bringer of light. We see what is done in the dark. But darkness will always be followed by light.

We see what evil lies in humanity. We’ve been pacing its trail for thousands of years. This blessing (or curse) is misunderstood by the whole of society. Some call us insane when we denounce evil. But they are forgiven, for they know not the direction they are being led. Only a select few will ever know what it is to be a bringer of light. We see what is done in the dark. But darkness will always be followed by light.

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From the Mind of a Wolf:




Standing out vs. Blending In:

The actual wolf in the wild knows nothing of pride like we humans do. While belonging to a group of people you like to call your “pack” may seem cool and set you apart from the rest of the herd, be warned. Pride is a dangerous thing. Wolves don’t have to prove that they are at the top in the wild. They know as well as the other animals in the wild that they are at the top for a reason.

Likewise, you know you’re at the top of whatever you and yours do for a reason. If your aim is to get noticed, great. Go for it. You however, are not a wolf. You are simply a fanboy/girl. It’s cool to admire wolves. We appreciate it, we really do. Just don’t go around calling attention to us true wolves. We like to blend into the crowd. Think of the rest of humanity as our “wild” much like the habitat of the literal wolf. The literal wolf blends into and works with his environment. Much like we do among humanity. When it is time to hunt, the real wolf is powerful and relentless. They never stop advancing on their prey. They wear them down to the point of exhaustion. We do the same in times of conflict.

Conflict changes us from gentle, loving creatures to powerful, relentless beasts worthy of the fear of which werewolf legends speak. But we prefer not to let many see that side of us. We prefer to keep that beast locked away deep inside us, only to emerge in times of great peril. In school if we are bullied, we respond with a fury that some and even ourselves never knew we had. In war, it means the decimation of our enemy to the point that we will ensure they NEVER harm the pack again. Probably this was the reason the Romans salted the ground of Carthage. Their mascot was the she-wolf. Indeed that civilization was made up of wolves…well, before the Caesars and Christianity took over.

My fellow wolves and I know who we are and what we’re about. Pride is not necessary and we need not tattoo ourselves with a reminder of who we are. We don’t want to be noticed. We want to slip under the radar until needed. The world isn’t ready for us…but it will be. When the time comes, there is a small chance we may save you, the reader of this blog. We are the shock troops of the final war and we are ready. Evil knows who we are, but it knows it can’t beat us conventionally. It will try when it has exhausted all other efforts. For now, it will try to deceive you into following it. Don’t give into evil’s lies. Let us show you the way when the time comes. We will not lead you astray.

Follow me, I am the wolf. I will not lead you astray!

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