Old Welsh and Irish texts contain what are commonly called “triads”, little phrases of wisdom and observations. They are popular in modern Druid circles for their succinctness and also for representing a possible link to ancient druidic wisdom.
Modern druidry is nothing if not up-to-date, so I’ve decided to add my own contribution to the Druidic Triads and share them here. And here’s the first:
Three things to percieve the truth: the certainty of the body, the courage to choose and make mistakes, and a flexible mind that expands beyond its own horizons.