I'm not sure what it is you aren't feeling you understand.
The World Spirit is like the Force. Druids are like Jedi masters. You're a promising padawan but with no master to guide you.
I get it.
Its the..."what has not been learned by Bedlor" that I don't understand, and its okay. But what happens to the padawan with no master? He makes way on his own. Bedlor has respect for "the force" but still sees the same end for the animals for those that do or do not respect it: horrible painful death, or worse in the case of the caged animals.I
get that there are teachers out there (maybe) that could lead him on his way, but Bedlor does not. Actually, he's pretty sure there are no others connected to the world spirit as he is for several reasons: where are they? It rained blood! How bad does it have to get before any others that are close to the world spirit feel the pain and do something?; and they haven't tried to contact Bedlor? If everything is connected and Bed is so close why haven't they sought him out to help in this time of need?
He's a student who has himself as a teacher; and so far he has done nothing but fail when it comes to this bond he shares with nature, which has turned into a bond with the spirit of EVERYTHING.
Oh and he's the protector of man. This does not equate to someone who has a very clear path ahead of them. I know I would be pretty bummed out and feeling very alone if I was him and I am reading him and the game properly.