By: Duncan Robinson
There are three islands in the world, Average, Honour and Shame. On each of these islands there lives a number of people. Some people start on Honour Island, but most of us start on either Average or Shame Island. Average Island is where the majority of the population dwells. Our hope is one day to catch a one-way ticket to Honour Island. Whether that be through celebrity or prestige or wealth. Our hope is that we might end up on Honour Island. Continue reading “The Islands of Average, Honour and Shame”
By: Rebecca Moore
The sparseness of space meets my eyes as the opening scene appears—so deep, so endless, so majestic. Continue reading “The Heart Of Man Movie Review”
By: Sabrina Peters
Adam and Eve could be the poster children for what NOT to do when you stuff up, but they’re not the only ones who’ve eaten a few apples of disobedience and missed the mark big time. Continue reading “What “Not” To Do When You Stuff Up”
By: Sam Chan
So … the Australian cricket team has been caught cheating. Tampering with the ball – with yellow (what were you thinking?) sandpaper – so that the ball swings in the air, making it unplayable for the South African batsmen. Continue reading “Australian Cricket – All Balls but No Brain – What Were You Thinking?”
By: Jennie Scott
My life looks nothing like the one I planned.
My life doesn’t look like most of my friends’ lives.
I am different from most of the other mums in my circle.
And different is hard. Continue reading “Encouragement for the Parent Who Just Feels Different”