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20/20 Vision Test

Interesting times this 20/20 not just reserved for eye tests but something definitely challenging our way of seeing and being in the world – a kind of eye test for humanity – how proficient is our vision, our capacity to … Continue reading

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Not Only Curves That Rise

COVID brings more than death for human beings or New York tigers fighting the virus behind the bars of Bronx Zoo. It seems to come for language too. “Flattening the curve” you’ve no doubt heard, as if it were something … Continue reading

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Let Leadership Speak

Noticed how many news posts quote those in government positions? Political power brokers of broken systems choking on COVID responses… Shhh… Please let the leaders speak. How often have we heard from an economic leader? – Business people speaking confidently? … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and the Health of the Social Organism (Part 1)

Coronavirus can bring about an inflammatory response within the human organism. The inflammatory response is not the illness but the body’s attempt to overcome something that is foreign to itself. The illness arises through the interaction of something foreign with … Continue reading

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The Magic of Imagination: What is a new year worth?

A new video post from John Stubley called ‘The Magic of Imagination: What is a new year worth?’ Click on the image to watch the video.

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Australia says ‘yes’ to marriage equality

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Money Dreaming: “Everyone is a Banker”

In my country – Noongar Country in Western Australia – the Whadjuk word for money is the same as the word for rock: Boya. Only with the arrival of Europeans did the word for an externalised monetary system come about … Continue reading

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Between a Burning London and a Frozen Society: Time to Build a Human World

Throughout London and the rest of England we have witnessed, in recent days, widespread riots, violence and looting. The 2012 Olympic city, and many other cities around the country, have been on fire. The rioting was initially sparked by the … Continue reading

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And the Stars Amongst our Human Lights

I recently returned to my home in Australia. On the flight from Singapore I looked out the window somewhere above the Western Australian coast. It was a dark night – no moon. Below were the scattered lights of the Pilbara … Continue reading

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The Earth is Shifting Beneath our Feet

In trying to comprehend some of the recent natural and social upheavals taking place in the world, we can find ourselves entering into a realm of uncertainty. Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, cyclones, fire. Social revolutions unfolding in country after country. On … Continue reading

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