The end of a year, the end of a decade. Farewell 2019 and Welcome 2020

Time is our greatest enemy and we need to treasure every moment. We can’t afford to waste opportunities to make friends, to live life to the fullest, enjoy our families and to care for others around us we are yet to know. May 2020 bring you friendships and joy, and may you find pleasure in […]

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Waiting for things like lifts or life, is there a difference?

Hi all, I have been re-reading some of my old blog posts and as silly as it might sound, I am going to quote my own words in this current post. It’s not that what I said was particularly profound, but the words made me think, helped me remember why I am doing what I […]

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Love letters and the past

When I began writing my second poetry book, Emotions in Evolution, I found myself looking back at previous work, then at my life in the past and wondering how much the past does shape our future, and how does the process work. I guess, we look at what we wanted and compare it to where […]

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The evolution of failure, who else does it often? (Part 2)

Failure is a word. Words can be manipulated. Certainly, failure on first acquaintance appears unpleasant but if we look beyond that initial first reaction we can view it as a gauge to improvement. It also provides the impetus to re-group and acts as the challenge to our creativity. With luck and hard work, it can […]

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Giving up is not an option

 It’s been a busy two weeks.  Started a new job, commenced some volunteer work with adult migrants, am half-way to losing my voice and as much as I like Sydney I am missing my family. I read this great post by Meg Dowel in A Writer’s Path about why we often given up on our […]

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