Before starting to study Witchcraft write a letter to yourself. Even though you might already be an old hand in the practice of Witchcraft, your letter will hold some surprises for you. Thinking about what Witches really are and the action of defining this through a limited vehicle, such as pen and paper, are two entirely different things.
On the first page of your notebook, begin the letter to yourself by writing your definition of the word "Witch" is. In the second paragraph, describe the word " Witchcraft." In the third paragraph, write your general knowledge on how you feel society in general accepts the practice of Witchcraft and why they do. Close your letter by listing one major goal you would like to complete in your studiesof the Craft.
This goal can be spiritual, mental, or physical: it is your choice. Sign and date the letter. An enlightened individual will tell you the bulk of Witches in our society are people who seek solace in a specialized group which relates better to fantasy than to reality, their reality, that is. There are three words that come to mind that mean something different to everyone. They are " love, " " happiness, " and " divinity. " Everyone's experiences, thought patterns and feelings are different.