While not all Witches, Wiccans and Pagans adhere to the “Law of Three” as an official tenet of their belief, most do believe that we should act in a responsible manner in our dealings with each other. None of us can profess to be perfect all of the time and misunderstandings certainly can and do occur.
To accept responsibility for your part in any situation is a sign of maturity. To say that you are mistaken is not the same as stating that you are a bad person. It is simply acknowledging that you are human. (The Witches’ Voice)
From one witch to another human decency is an important life choice. I would like to say there is so much ugliness in the world. Too much focus on the meaningless things. It’s disturbing. I don’t endorse this. It is not about what you have in life, but who you have in your life. Witches adhere to the Rede – “An it harm none, do as ye will.” Do what you will and give thanks for your blessings. If you apply this you discover self-transformation, personal healing, and live a more constructive and positive existence. Life is in motion. You will not shut life out, but with an open heart become a productive member of society.
Bide the Witch’s Law ye must, in perfect love, in perfect trust. Eight words of the Witch’s Rede fulfill: An ye harm none, do what ye will. What is sent forth comes back to thee, So ever mind the Rule of Three. Follow this with mind and heart, and merry ye meet, and merry we part.
Taken from - A Seeker's Quest Author A. Skelhorn