The human species has overcome a great many things to be in our current position. We may joke but it’s amazing that we have a
The Carpenter planed the boards down, getting them as close to 90° that his unpowered tools could. For thousands of years humankind built things with
There is a polarisation in society that only conversation with ease. Not talking points or ideology but looking at another person and seeing their world. Will you be responsible for the death of truth?
It is a disgrace that in first world countries any person would go without basic necessities. Chief among those necessities is food. How is it
The Carpenter rested after the roof was completed. The shelter not enclosed but protecting him from the sun and rain. They attempted to visit him
There has been some debate in Australia about companies pledging support for social causes. There are two camps, the first advocates that corporates have a responsibility
Free speech seems to be on heavy rotation at the moment. It is spoken about, analysed and agonised over. It is treated with reverence by liberal
The argument for and against euthanasia is a painful one for many. The conversation is incredibly serious when we talk about ending a life. Though
There is a strange phenomenon that exists in society which confuses me greatly. It is the idea of celebrating failure as some sort of admirable quality.
President Herman Gorthel was viewed as an authoritarian by most western countries. He held a firm grip on power, those who betrayed him were killed. He had a great vision for Munness and would allow no one to come between him and that vision. He wanted his country to be great, his singular vision was the direction he believed they needed to move in.