The River of Truth

submitted by The Archbishop's Seminary : Benjamin Dalli  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

Wied il-Qlejgħa, or more commonly known as Chadwick Lakes is a place many Maltese are familiar with. Although it is not really a lake, but a valley, Chadwick Lakes still has more or less the same beauty of a lake, with an exception of streams, reservoirs and farmland. The streams one can find at Wied il-Qlejgħa consist of clear, fresh, filtered water. Unfortunately, some people who visit this valley are not touched by its beauty, and pollute the land to suit their liking. Other visitors illegally catch frogs, cut uncommon flowers and plants, and some others even capture insects and other animals to keep in captivity. Disgracefully, hunters only visit to hunt rare birds that rest during migration. Still, the Maltese people can’t admit that there are still people that disturb both the peace of the place and distort the course of nature. This is the River of Truth…

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