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One marvels at their gentleness, refinement and sweetness of character. I wonder if it might not be too late still to comment. I will therefore not directly address this case but reflect, instead, on the wider issues that it touches on.
These have become a burning question in many parts of the world where indigenous or traditional cultures have come face to face with the consequences of cheap travel and high mobility that alters their social structure.
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The root issue is this: At a legal level they probably have. They have a right to vote and all the rest of it.
But there is much more to community than just the outward legal structures. There are psychological, cultural and spiritual considerations too. That is a connection that deepens over time. It has to be earned and gifted rather than grasped at or bought. In recent years I have had often had cause to feel outraged at the manner in which a certain type of incomer — typically the sort that comes to buy the view rather than to belong in a community — tramples wilfully over the gentle and accommodating culture that is already found there.
I can say this, because I myself came to Lewis as an incomer at the age of four inhaving been born in England of an English mother and a Scottish father with two Gaelic-speaking grandparents.
Today I live away, but as Iain Crichton Smith implies, you may leave the island but you never leave the community. This is a connection that I feel at a visceral level and for which I am profoundly grateful. It influences much of my work.
It has been my experience that a person belongs inasmuch as they are willing to cherish, and be cherished, by a place and its peoples.
This is what creates an authentic sense of belonging and which, perhaps, can graduate all residents of a community in the direction of becoming indigenous over time. Such a gift starts as hospitality in the short term and melds into the deeper gift of fostership for permanence.
In Gaelic tradition fostership can count for even more than blood lineage: Like all things sacred, community can only be approached as one might approach one who is dearly beloved - with the most profound respect, even veneration.
According to the various acts of Andrew, the Roman proconsul, Aegeates, was in the habit of coming home drunk each night and imposing his rooster-like advances upon his Christian wife, Maximilla. Andrew persuaded her to go on sex strike, and the rest is history. It would take only a minor announcement to integrate St Bride with the winter festival, thus starting it with a man, closing with a woman, and pleasing even the iconically feisty Lesley Riddoch.
I understand St Andrew was adopted as patron saint as part of the process of deposing the saints of the Celtic church, such as Columba and Bride.
In returning to Celtic roots symbolised in Columba and Bride, goddess of fire and light, children and family, we would also be choosing a more green, integrative consciousness - restoring value to the dark, the feminine, the peaceful and poetic.NOVA approved the implementation of six policy changes that took effect the Fall semester.
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