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The Fire of Life: Stay and Defend

The element of fire is nothing new to Australia. Yet, for the modern lifestyle, it can engender no small amount of fear. And understandably so. Recently, more than 50 houses and properties were destroyed by a fire near Perth, Western … Continue reading

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Guiding the Tide: Working with the World Waiting to be Made

We need not look so far into recent events in order to see the consequences of our failure to consciously shape our time in the direction in which it itself is already heading. Instead of working with the reality at … Continue reading

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Light in the Dragon’s Lair: Being Human in a Technological Age

We are currently in an age which is shifting rapidly from the iPod, iPhone, iPad, iTouch, iBook, iLife etc. to that which the technological singularists and Artificial Intelligence (AI) community, and in many ways all of us, are waiting for: … Continue reading

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And the Flesh Becomes Word: The Art of ‘We’, The Art of Community, the Art of the Future

We currently live in a world which is – from one direction – nothing other than an expression of the difficulties associated with approaching a certain mystery. And the mystery is this: How are we, as individual human beings aspiring … 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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The Sphinx Can Guide Us: After the Revolution

Following the dramatic events we have seen unfold in Egypt’s ‘Freedom Square,’ and as we watch the rest of the Arab world (as well as Wisconsin, USA) stand up against dictators and centralized power structures, the question that now hovers … Continue reading

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The New Pharaohs of Egypt and the World

We are witnessing unfold in Egypt an expression of the inner reality of the human being in our time. No longer does the human being of today wish to subjugate themselves to the rulership of another. No longer do we … Continue reading

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Every Day Must Become Australia Day

I have read some of the recent debates about why some people were going to or were not going to celebrate Australia Day this year or any year – about why they feel it is important, and why they feel … Continue reading

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