Child Abuse is not Love but Power

Are we powerless?  Are we voiceless?  What can the public do about child abuse?  What is the reason why people abuse children?  How do we reconnect community to protect children?

This is a poem I wrote.  I send out the call to end all child abuse and to make those… Continue reading

How Fair is Political/Employer Influence in the Fair Work Commission?

Professor Jeffrey Sachs Speaks Truth About Syria on CBNC?

Syria:  600,000 killed, 14 million displaced (Admiral statement)

Listening carefully, note the critical thinking of the commentators.  Look beyond words and really listen to what is being said.  Ask questions.  Ask – is it true?

The interviewees are an Admiral and Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Centre for Sustainable Development, Earth Institute from… Continue reading

Our World is Under Pressure

People need to express.  People need to be heard.  People need to break free when under intense pressure.  If this is unheard like any pressure cooker the lid will blow.  When I studied Peace Studies we discussed the pressure cooker scenario and the importance of community expression to release pressure.

We… Continue reading

Defence White Paper Stated Fears of Dependency on Asian Fuel Imports or Strategic Access to Oil and Gas?

These reflections have taken me a long time to navigate through as I found it quite illogical to read.  It is a 2016 ABC post but feels relevant today.  I felt to explore the message in the article from a peace perspective asking questions in my global agora as the public are never… Continue reading

A New Era of Peace and Happiness for Little Children

This poem I felt inspired to write today as I contemplate one of the darkest issues on our planet – Pedophilia, I can barely write the words it so horrifies me. So I have felt to write and see what wisdom arises to help me to make peace with this. I feel the geometric circle… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”