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celestial compositions

     women see more than men
your aunt speaks like she’s in prayer
     women see more than men, know more of the world than men
it’s a sort of secret, mangoes heavy around you, like jewels in the moonlight… 284 more words

Words of the Week 16/2016 - Aboriginal Australians

Words of the Week 16/2016

Aboriginal Australians

Aboriginal Australians are legally defined as people who are members “of the Aboriginal race of Australia” (indigenous to the Australian continent—mainland Australia or to the island of Tasmania). 90 more words

Entertainment

Leaders

I think many people are questioning the type of people who rise to leadership positions in any society. Some of them do so by force, inflicting brutal regimes on their people. 482 more words

Monday musings on Australian literature: Blak and Bright

I should have written about the Blak and Bright last Monday, as the Festival was held last weekend, but unfortunately I only heard about it – my inattention, I’m sure – a few days ago, via an ABC RN program (which you can… 726 more words

Australian Literature

Kuradji -the 6000 year old 'clever fella'

Here beside my new found home, south of Sydney, lies a sacred burial site with the ancient skeletal remains of ‘Kuradji’ an Aboriginal ‘clever fella’ (similar to a shaman). 687 more words

Culture

How Can We Promote Reconciliation Between the Australian Church and Aboriginal Australia? Part 3

Written by Dr Jehan Loza

On  the 21st of January 2015 I posted Part One of “How Can We Promote Reconciliation Between the Australian Church and Aboriginal Australia”?   2,571 more words

Thursday Theology

How Can We Promote Reconciliation Between the Australian Church and Aboriginal Australia?

This article is written by By Dr Jehan Loza

Dr Jehan Loza holds a PhD in Sociology (Deakin University),  a Masters of Vocational Practice – Church Practice at Tabor and has nearly 25 years experience undertaking qualitative evaluation and research with a range of stakeholders both in Australia and internationally. 2,804 more words

Thursday Theology