Honorary Druids

Carl Sagan

November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996 “…But down deep, at the molecular
heart of life, the trees and we are essentially identical..”

 

Rob Brezney

“Imagine that the whole world belongs to you. The birch trees in
New Hampshire’s White Mountains are yours, and so are the cirrus clouds
in the western sky at dusk and the black sand on the beaches of Hawaii’s
big island. You own everything, my dear sovereign – the paintings in
all the museums of the world, as well as the internet and the wild horses
and the roads.
Please take good care of it all, OK? Be an enlightened
monarch who treats your domain with reverent responsibility. And make
sure you also enjoy the full measure of fun that comes with such mastery.
Glide through life as if all of creation is yearning to honor and entertain
you.”
See also http://www.freewillastrology.com/

 

John
Muir

April 21, 1838 – December 24, 1914 “Keep close
to Nature’s heart . . . and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb
a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”

Julia
Butterfly Hill 

“I suddenly realized that what I was feeling was the love of the
Earth, the love of Creation. Every day we, as a species, do so much
to destroy Creation’s ability to give us life. But that Creation continues
to do everything in its power to give us life anyway. And that’s true
love.”
See also  http://juliabutterflyhill.wordpress.com/

Robin
Williamson

“If you answer the riddle you’ll never begin, there is no answer
to the riddle. I consider that life is pretty much an unanswerable riddle…
I think that’s its magic.”
See also  http://www.pigswhiskermusic.co.uk/

H. H., The 14th Dalai Lama 

“Without the human community one single human being cannot survive.”
See also  http://www.dalailama.com/

 

Robert A. Heinlein

July 7, 1907 – May 8, 1988

Hugo Award winning Science Fiction author of Stranger In A Strange Land, among others.

DISCLAIMER: The designation of “Honorary
Druid” does not imply that the subject endorses or agrees with the tenets
of the Reformed Druids of Gaia, nor does the subject speak for the Reform,
nor has the subject necessarily given us permission to so honor him/her
in this manner.