If you are not from Australia or are unfamiliar with the story erupting; here is the shortened down version. Pauline Hanson when arguing about education
Over the past year I have been paying a lot more attention to the world around me. To politics, business leaders and those who influence
The question of free will is a central one that philosophers agonise over. It is fundamental to our understanding of what or who we are. It
The Carpenter sat on the chair he crafted in the cabin he built. The fire in front of him warmed, primitive but effective. It was
The Carpenter had spent years away from society. Not just in the Clearing, a self-imposed seclusion. Even when his existence was geographically around people, he
What is responsibility today, for ourselves and those that lead us. How are we supposed to manage with so much going on the works to
This week I am speaking with Kit from Texas who lives in a conservative town but is developing liberal ideas. She speaks about the struggles that coming out as a liberal presents, friends and family would disown her. Even with this she is exploring what it means not only to be liberal but to understand difference.
The Carpenter left the clearing, it wasn’t a common occurrence but was a necessity in this instance. He needed to eat and there were some
Intellectual depression is a term that I have been thinking about for some time. It’s not the same as true depression, although can be, but
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