The Wisdom of Children: Happy Place, Environment Club, Living Now, Mandarins and Ghost Horses

I have been listening to my niece Bella and been amazed at the wisdom coming out of her mouth. I have done a double take. We haven’t seen each other that much but I recognise instantly that she is a peacemaker and is a person who will make a difference. I think children will teach… Continue reading

Cooma: Staying with Family

I headed to Cooma and had a whiring sound in my engine. Luckily enough I’d been to my friend’s place to do some computer backups and video uploads and decided not to eat there. As a result I stopped at a shop and just as I pulled in the car made strange noises. So I… Continue reading

Canberra: Life, Friends and Family

Life in Canberra has been interesting. Like most of this trip I feel I am revisiting places for closure. I am allowing life to show up with not too much planning. I cannot find my address book so just can’t contact friends here and my mobile is gone. Because I feel everything happens for a… Continue reading

Canberra: Reconnecting with Family and Friends

My journey to Canberra was 700km up the Hume Highway. I started at 6am and arrived around 2pm.

Canberra is where I grew up and it is aboriginal for meeting place. It is a political city with many industries created to support government projects. It is now around 60% private sector. Yet today I see… Continue reading


Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”