Month: August 2016

These children may be wild

August 31, 2016

It’s the relentless intensity and monotony. Its the constant flow of broken things, destroyed things, melted things, lost things. Every day a battle to clean and tidy, always losing. They say you cant have a happy family and a clean home, but its hard to settle for a messy home and only infrequently pleasant humans […]

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When murder isn’t murder

Yesterday in a regional area of remote western Australia, a 14 year old boy riding a motorbike was run down by a 55 year old man driving a 4 WD vehicle. This child was run down, allegedly run over and left to die alone on dusty bush track. The boys name was Elijah and he […]

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On the subject of the torture of children

August 30, 2016

In our home we have a TV, though for much my life I have never had one in the house. Upon having kids I conceded to having a TV in the house, and find it useful for watching documentaries and movies and cartoons are also a good distraction on rainy days. I never watch the […]

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Find your passion and go for it!

August 27, 2016

As I grow older, I find myself wishing more often that I had just one thing I was passionate about. As long as I can remember I have always been interested in everything, mediocre at everything and not particularly outstanding at anything. I’m envious when I speak to or read about people who decide to […]

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