Joined: Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:14 am Posts: 1 Location: Exeter, England
I'm a member of the Woodcraft Folk, a UK organisation for children and young people. We say this at the end of our meetings:
"This shall be for a bond between us: that we are one blood you and I. That we have cried peace to all and claim kinship with every living thing. That we hate war, sloth and greed and love fellowship, and that we shall go singing to the fashioning of a new world"
Popular myth is that it's from William Morris, but I've never seen that authenticated or referenced. Does anyone know for sure?