Today's talk will encompass what Neopagan Druidry is and is not from the perspective of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) and the ghosti* principle that we are both a guest and host in each other's lives.
Whether we rejoice at the miracle of Jesus' resurrection or delight in the Springtime glory of nature, Easter is traditionally a time of celebration, fun and family. However, in the midst of heartache and dismay, is it even possible to roll away that stone of despair, lifting our spirits in defiance and hopefulness.
We live in an area of historic towns, with dining, shopping and an incredible diversity of wildlife including eagle, osprey, hawk varieties, waterfowl by the thousands, herons, muskrats, otter, beavers, turtles, deer, bear even cougar, fishers and mink.
We have a tsunami of growth heading inevitably toward us as part of the burgeoning GTA. We have had the excellent Greenbelt Protection Act and the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Act and official plans developed by each municipality that seemed to be sensitive to protection of the environment. However, change is inevitable. What can we do to protect our environmental inheritance so that we can pass on a healthy environment to future generations?
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