Of all the tribes or groups, the mighty Roman Empire feared the most were the Druids. Their howling in battles and the sacrifice of prisoners of war, it became a shocking sight and a frightening encounter to the highly experienced Roman’s legions.
Yet a humbled sheepherder named Patrick who was once a slave, without fear he reached out to the Druids. Using the three cloves, for its three partitions, he taught them the Gospel, The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit. Thereby ending the constant warring and bringing peace to the region as we know it today.
Patrick was also known as Succat, but his Latin name was "Patricius" meaning "Nobleman."
Today in an upside-down world, the world could use more noblemen.