Bursting the social media bubble
In today’s social media age more information is available than ever before. But are we becoming more aware and informed or more lost in our own little social media bubble?
Coffee, cake and charities?
This article exposes the wilful blindness of some charities that seek to raise money, whilst living a life of neglect and lack of self-care.
Palliative Care Nurse Elizabeth Dolan wins the NSW Health Excellence Award
The Power of Love makes it to the front page. On the 9th September 2015, Universal Medicine student Elizabeth Dolan was awarded with the NSW Health Excellence Award, one of the highest accolades in nursing, for her extraordinary work in nursing and palliative care.
Who are you in the latest fashion stakes?
The fashion world has launched the new year with telling us what is interesting and fashionable. Who are we in this and what is our relationship to ourselves and the dominant ideologies and opinions of the world?
Serge Benhayon on Brexit
The recent Brexit vote in the UK exposes some very deep ills in society. But Serge Benhayon invites us to look even deeper.
At war with ourselves
Terrorist attacks are affecting almost every nation in the world. The response in some nations has been to remove judicial powers and tighten borders. Is this approach working? The extraordinary increase in attacks suggests not and that we need to look deeper…
Mindfulness is not the way back to who you are
The current fad for mindfulness meditation exposed for what it is: a dulling down of the tension we feel in life so that we can function with less feeling of the hurts we are carrying.
Why wait? Let’s discard out-of-date and abusive attitudes about gender now!
The battle of the sexes has become a world war. Domestic violence is currently headline news, publicly exposing the horrendous abuse kept hidden behind the closed doors of our very own homes. The media is now onto it, but are we fully addressing our part in it?
Domestic violence – time to drop the defence and look at the facts
Domestic Violence in Australia is one of the hot topics of our times. The Statistics infer that it is for the most part a gender-based issue. It is time to drop our guards as men and consider what this means in regards to the way we see ourselves and the roles we think we need to play.