Bones of Ribbon

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. (Common Ground) When a new teacher arrives in the Australian Outback, he unites with a strong-willed, compassionate student counsellor to fight the systemic racism, homophobia,... Continue Reading →

11 Essential Quotes About Humanity

Humanity, with all its definitions, are inextricably linked — humankind as a collective, and the compassion, kindness, and benevolence held within us. We are all on our own adventures, our own journeys, but ultimately we must accept that we’re all in this together. For it is up to the collective to love and protect one... Continue Reading →

Jack: The Dark Side of the Mind

Jack wept as his best friend died in his arms on the field of battle. Both were fresh-faced 20 year-olds, conscripted to fight a war nobody wanted nor understood. They’d grown up together, Dave and Jack; they went to the same school, witnessed each other’s first loves and first heartbreak, snuck their first beer, and... Continue Reading →

15 Wonderful Quotes About Nature

Connecting with nature breathes new life into me. I go into the dark recesses of the woods to embrace those terrifying parts of my mind, my deepest fears, and understand them. It’s there, in the loneliest moments, staring death in the face I realise what truly matters. It’s standing on a mountaintop in awe of... Continue Reading →

“Tumbling in the Waves”

Sometimes life feels like we are stuck out in the ocean, in stormy weather, just tumbling in the waves. Our strength to hold our heads above water is not endless. We eventually begin to sink, exhausted, and ready to give up. It take enormous courage to push up through the infinite dark blue, constantly being... Continue Reading →

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