“And if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends.”Penny Lane – Almost Famous (2000)
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the impact of Australia’s colonial history has transcended amongst generations. The trauma of land dispossession, violence, and racism towards Indigenous Australians has been detrimental for cultural identity and spirituality. The last half century has seen steps towards sizeable action for justice for Indigenous communities. The vision of reconciliation relies … Continue reading Reconciliation Week
Pride is an annual celebration to commemorate the Stonewall riots and gayrights movement, pivotal moments in history connected to gay liberation.Pride is inclusive to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT+)community as well as allies of the community. The Stonewall riots began in the early hours of June 28, 1969, after policeraided the Stonewall Inn bar at 53 Christopher … Continue reading What You Should Know About Pride
Lana Del Rey, was born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant on June 21, 1985, in New York City. Her teenage life in the small community of Lake Placid, was dominated by her drinking habit which her parents would then send her to Kent School, a boarding school in Connecticut. By the age of 18, Del Rey was … Continue reading Lana Del Rey: An embodiment of The Hollywood Dream
Spiritual awakenings are the beginning of the spiritual path towards true happiness, unclouded by fame and material wealth. An awakening starts with the shifting of your consciousness, by deciding for yourself what you will continue to believe, what you will question and what you will refuse to believe. The answers to “Who am I ? Why … Continue reading Spiritual Awakenings: A Hippie’s Existential Crisis
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