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  Recently there has been some public discussion regarding the benefits or otherwise of music festivals. Disturbing stories of indecent assaults, abusive sex acts, drug abuse, violence, and death are continually…

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Meet Antonio.   Born in 1891, Antonio Gramsci was an Italian Marxist theoretician and politician who founded the Italian Communist Party. He wrote on political theory, sociology and linguistics. What he…

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There seem to be a lot of militant, nasty people out there doing their best to force us to follow their evil agendas – from Islamic terrorists to union bullies to…

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Christmas is a great time to express your creativity.  Decorating goes with the territory and because it’s temporary, many people feel less fearful of being boldly creative. I recently saw…

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You might be surprised to discover that around 10% of this blog’s readers are from Brazil. I’d love to go there.  The people seem to be particularly beautiful, as is the scenery….

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I was on a job site at 11am today. I stood silently and reflected for a minute or two. The radio that the tradies had on quite loudly meant that…

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So what colour represents hope to you and why? A Christian, Sunshine Coast artist named Froyle, runs painting and collage workshops that help people identify hope and then cling to it.  She…

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Pastor Jodie Hughes of Pour It Out Church talks about how, in a context of hope, we bring change to the culture around us by being given permission to be…

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