Melbourne: Sherbrooke Forest and Conversations

I am staying in Sherbrooke which I mistakingly thought was Sherwood Forest. I laugh, I have actually been to Sherwood forest in Nottingham, UK which is not a forest anymore but was remembered as the location of the Robin Hood and his merry men. So I smile.

I’m staying with a good friend of mine… Continue reading

Dreaming of An Ancient Earth In Rebirth

I was sitting peacefully tonight reading an inspiring book listening to Yothu Yindi an Australian indigenous group. Most of the album is indigenous music with sticks, didgeridoo and a singer. It was mesmerising. I found myself closing my eyes and really feeling the sounds in the music. The rhythm was fast and the didgeridoo just… Continue reading

Adelaide: A Ministry of Peace

When I was in Port Augusta, I stayed with a friend of mine. I asked her where I could stay in Adelaide. The weather is cold and my money is quite low, so a Caravan Park would be challenging. I could do it, but my feeling was to stay in a house. My friend suggested… Continue reading

Meeting My Place in the Sun

I keep feeling these incredible feelings of happiness. It is unbelievable. I just can’t stop smiling. I feel so happy and I find myself repeating it every day. I have to write a poem, but never can my poetry bring you this feeling, as it is pure joy. I don’t need anything but what I… Continue reading

The True Wealth of Freedom


The cloudless blue sky,
Succumbs to the reds, crimsons, pinks of the fading sunset,
As the painting of the real life,
Becomes a water colour,
The colour leaching out of a long day,
To return us to the darkness of our sleeping,
Under the stars.

My worldly possessions,
Are not… Continue reading


Mohandas Gandhi

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”