Over the years I’ve often struggled to find or indeed give myself a compelling and brief description of what being Celtic is really all about. However, this afternoon while reading Mike Scott’s autobiography, Adventures of a Waterboy, I found a nice little summary:
Adventures of a Waterboy is well worth a read, particularly if, like me, you’ve been a fan for almost the past thirty years. You can purchase it directly from the Lilliput Press in Dublin or from Townsend Records in England.
Coming full circle back to the start of this post – ‘On being Celtic’ – thank you Mike Scott for such an elegant and succinct definition. Perhaps to wrap up I should supplement Scott’s views on the matter with the words of Dion Fortune which seem to resonate with his sentiments: