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Three songs to warm yourself by

Whenever I’m asked what the ‘most important’ something or other is, I struggle to identify it, so I just have to pick whatever comes to mind and start there. 939 more words

A Reflective Life

Thoughts from the Nullarbor desert

By Jeng Yang

It was on our tenth day, as we drove yet again to the desert, that our social expectations quickly wore thin, and our natural inclination for individualistic hedonism quickly took over. 264 more words

Jeng Yang

Thurs/Fri April 2/3 - Road to No-where!

Started the day in the worst possible way – with a hit of Golf at the 4th hole of the Nullarbor Links at Nundroo roadhouse.  500+ metres  of limestone which chewed up balls as fast as we could hit them!!! 389 more words

South Australia

Stop and breath

That’s what the young RAA man wrote on the car. He said he’d never thought about peace but agreed that if we want world peace it has to start from us, and if when we are at peace we can share it. 1,663 more words

Cat worship, sunstroke and boating without lights

Weaving the Threads

I could stare all day at the silhouette of my cat in the window, his body dark and hard to see against the light, but the sun showing up a bright halo of cream detail around each tuft of fur on his head, back and tail. 778 more words

A Reflective Life

Crossing the Nullarbor

We were happy and sad to be leaving Lucky Bay and Esperance, sad – obviously because we loved it there and happy because the next part of our journey was about to begin – the journey home.
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