Hi brother Meical,
Please forgive our brevity of exploration, we like this writer's approach in discussing Bolivia's 'Law-of-Mother-Earth'
We totally agree with the universal nature of all people and species joined by a common root of being, all together.
Pagan people may represent the most outspoken voices of indigenous people's beliefs, even when we may appear to share no common traditions with many other indegenous peoples, we all trace our roots to the Earth.
Pagan communities may be more gifted at exploring and embracing diversity than many other cultures on Earth today may appear to be.
Consequently, we thank you for drawing our attention back to this discussion brother Meical, for we meant to reply to your earlier questions but were confounded by some of our own lingering prejudices that we needed to understand before we could reply in a more responsible or balanced nature...
Our intitial response was that your questions seemed to stereotype Pagans and possibly dismiss the wisdom of traditions which may not consider themselves to be Pagan and their own contributions to this lore.
We perceived that Pagans had much more to offer and that some might see this offering as an attempt to culturally dominate Earth lore that might belong to all people, and not just to those who identify themselves as Pagans.
We did not want to present these possibilities outside of a context for what we love about Pagan cultures.
We love the diversity of Pagan cultures and their capacities to embrace all other people's diversities best of all.
We see now, that the love of Earth lore exemplified by many Pagans may be a very effective motivation to help attract more Pagans to help develop world peace together.
Thank you brother Meical.