Sky above the reserver. There is plenty of water stored, and the firm ground under feet. What more could we hope for?
Spring is near. I wish I could have captured the fragrance and send this to you as well. It was Devine. Bees were hard at work. It was a lovely day today.
https://www.facebook.com/crazy.china.8888/videos/vb.262148024128065/295452310797636/?type=3 When I was very little, I did not know where noodles came from. I always found them in a bowl, cooked, I liked them, and that was all I was aware of. When I was in primary school, we visited a family owned noodle factory. They were noodle makers who inherited noodle... Continue Reading →
I grew up with boys, trained, and worked among men. And I can tell you, gender is not what determines your capability. You are allowed to have strength and weakness regardless, and where we are willing to fill-in for each other, we work much better together. Gender equality isn't charity. It is a way of... Continue Reading →
"Can you kill a person and walk away without ever being held accountable?" My grandfather asked me out of the blue. I was about 8 or 9 years old, and killing was not on my card by any chance - I was somebody who had to be taught it was ok cut cut a piece... Continue Reading →
Anyone up for a donut? It is called spirituality donut, involving "acceptance", "forgiveness", and "surrendering." Here we go. We surrender to the flow, but we should not surrender to the wrong. We accept how it is but not accept injustice. We forgive but not surrender to how it is, (did Gandhi say this about forgiveness... Continue Reading →
They say that out of the whole world around us, we are only capable of grasping or remembering some 5-9 bits of information at a time. They say about 7 ( plus-minus 2), and so this number. And depending on what information you are receiving, you could have a whole different worldview on a matter.... Continue Reading →
It seems that around the globe, people are calling to make their country how it once were - 'great'. As for Australia, this statement is immediately questionable: which Australia are we talking about - the one under the 'colonisation' of European settlement, or the continent 250 years ago with indigenous people living their civilised nomadic... Continue Reading →
Weipa was very far away. It was a mining town on red soil. They did surface mining, and I noticed the land around the airport was almost unnaturally flat. Also, there was no McDonald in this little town but they had a Woolworth super market. On arrival, I was told not to go near water.... Continue Reading →