Do witches really need a moral mantra? The practice of witchcraft can exalt you to the most sublime beauty your mind can touch or chain you to your most painful recollections. Death is a part of life, a gift to be both given and accepted. The gift of death is the sacrafice of all you blindly attach your personality to in exchange for rebirth in a new paradigm. Or not. All things can be interpreted in any way you see fit. I think to see the destruction of life or Death as only the loss of bodily form is far too limiting on the archetypal power within mythology that death holds for the cunning witch.
Originally Posted by Tahlea
"In the driest whitest stretch of pain's infinite desert, I lost my sanity and found this rose." - Barney the purple dinosaur