Liberation and freedom are things all humans desire. This is particularly true in context of spirituality.
In my experiences, with religions, organisations and even educational settings. I found myself lost in a systems of belief or culture norms. My aim as writer is to discuss possibilities beyond these parameters.
I honestly articulate my experiences through writing.
I was diagnosed with Bipolar and PTSD many years ago. It has offered different experiences and insights on how to manage poor mental health well. My blog is not about mental illness.
My blog offerers me a space for my creativity. My hope in sharing life’s challengers, is my writing may offer something helpful to others. With all the creativity and enjoyment writing has offered. I have been compelled to write a novel.
Bachelors in Theology, University of Divinity in Melbourne Divinity
Graduate Diploma in Pastoral Care, University of Divinity.
Three Clinical Pastoral Education, ( CPE certificates) and one is advanced from Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre here in Melbourne. Peter Mac
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Liking your own company is ok!
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We are not all as different as we like to pretend.
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Happiness, people chase it, crave it and some spend a lifetime to trying to work it out. It’s the one thing in life that everyone wants. Some use alcohol and drugs in trying to find it. ‘For example, if you’re addicted to alcohol, it’s not because you feel that the alcohol has any inherent existence. It’s because, in your calculation, the immediate pleasure derived from the alcohol outweighs the long-term damage it’s doing to your life. This is a general principle: attachment and addiction are not metaphysical problems. They’re tactical ones. We’re attached to things and actions, not because of what we think they are, but because of what we think they can do for our happiness. If we keep overestimating the pleasure and underestimating the pain they bring, we stay attached to them regardless of what, in an ultimate sense, we understand them to be. ‘ The integrity of Emptiness by Thanissaro Bhikkhu © 2006–2013 If you ask people what they most want in
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Walking, one of the best exercises in the world.
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So many people on social media craving attention. It’s a dangerous phenomenon.
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