Tag Archives: sense of belonging
Peninsula Voice – depression among young people on the Peninsula
AMEP focuses on how human flourishing and well-being are nourished by any media narrative flowing through to Australians; through excellent journalism and storytelling. Mind you, we think human flourishing and well-being is an inside-out formation; not, top-down politics. It takes … Continue reading
Education in its current form NOT the answer to Struggle Street!
In a TED Talk by Ken Robinson: How to escape education’s death valley, there could lie a partial answer to the problems of our fellow Australians depicted in SBS’ Struggle Street. How could economic thought, cultural studies, social policies and … Continue reading
Is this a dangerous idea that could change the world?
As I was reading and reflecting this morning, my mind went back to a recent “Q&A” held at the Sydney Opera House during the Festival of Dangerous ideas. An audience member Lisa asked the panel members, “What is the dangerous … Continue reading
What makes life worth living?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpUxIynUA7Q Andrew, a good friend of mine sent me a link for a conference with Miroslav Volf to be held in Sydney next year. He’s not the first to recommend signing up. Knowing I had to respond, I started watching … Continue reading