I personally believe that if one was of a religious faith, then he/she must reach out and help those less fortunate -- even if they are not of the faith. Of course, I have found Paganism to be a phony religion. I can prove it with the "minor sabbats" of Osatru, Midsummer's, Mabon and Yule. Since Yule is the winter solstice and winter in the Northern Hemisphere is summer in the Southern Hemisphere, then Australian Pagans would be celebrating Midsummer's Eve. If the Pagans wish for their faith to be true, then they must update their beliefs.
At the same time, I have found the New Age to be a religion, but now the scripture of the faith is yet to have an English translation. Founded by Harlequin of Glastonbury in 1512, she poked fun at various religious movements -- including the Lutheran Church. Since she was a jester of the Pope, she combined her Christian beliefs with the pattern of Catholocism and revealed Mew Zelda -- the Mother of All -- as God. The holy book known as the Dheva (die-vah) was written in Gaelic and forbidden to translate into English because of the Anglican Church.
If the Pagans are merely fantasizing about their religion, then things will be fair, but if they are serious about their practices, then this means war! The same applies to the New Age -- this time, in reverse.
May Zelda bless us all.