Silvanus metes out times of plentiful bounty as well as famine and drought. To the worshipers of Silvanus, life and death are both sacred and cyclical: everything has its season, everything must live and everything must die. Balance is key.
The Green Father himself has a cyclical nature.
For this reason, most of his faithful are wisest to propose new and unusual ideas when beseeching him.
For this reason, it is considered wisest for his practitioners to call upon him for strength and courage during the afternoon.
During sunset, it is best to ask for forgiveness for failing to break his tenants and to seek to forgive those who have wronged the wild.
The night is a sacred time in the woods and it is best to give thanks for all it provides during nightfall
By the end of the night, silvanus's body has grown weary and he sets roots down in the earth and begin the cycle a new at sunrise.
The cycle continues...