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wmarwick "So here's to the role of time, patience, and reflection in our lives. If we believe it is better to build than destroy, better to live and let live, better to be than to be seen, then we might have a chance, slowly, to find a satisfying way through life, this flicker of consciousness between two great silences." 1mon

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wmarwick Serenity: An excerpt from the UP//UNDER Experience 1mon

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wmarwick With so much of the world to explore, it's hard to know where start. Why not start right where you are?
@hurricaneamyyy exploring the Stirling Range National Park. So close to home but it feels a world away.
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wmarwick "Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving." 5mon

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amazing_wa It's harvest time along the beautiful #Wheatbelt of #WesternAustralia! @rebeccabeau1 snapped this pic from outside her moving office window!
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#underthesouthernsun
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hintofhenna ~*Repost from another happy customer @_dippers_!!*~
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hintofhenna ~*UNDER THE SOUTHERN SUN*~
• Skull • Aztec • Dreamcatcher • Rose •
Inspired by @alliebeehenna

#hintofhenna #henna #hennapaste #skullhenna #rosehenna #dreamcatcherhenna #aztechenna #underthesouthernsun
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nundra 'Australia Day' in Australia is 'celebrated' on the date that European boats invaded this country & commenced a bloody campaign of genocide against the Aboriginal inhabitants. This has continued over the years into the present. For example: loss of culture, poor health, sanctioned social security payments (paternalism), racism, poverty in Aboriginal communities, dispossession & forced separation of families. Many Australians believe the date to celebrate the good things about Australia should be changed. Instead, Jan. 26 should be a day to commemorate & acknowledge the horrors our indigenous people have endured in the 226 years since their sovereign lands were brutally & illegally occupied. One of the election mantras our recently elected conservative government used was 'Stop the boats' - an inhumane anti-refugee platform, which saw them elected.. Ironic. Considering we are a nation of invaders! 1y
  •   walkingwithmabel I didn't know thats what Australia day was all about...definitely not something to be celebrated :-( 1y
  •   dekchair Exactly. That's a very succinct, accurate and erudite version of history. Shame, shame, shame. 1y
  •   nundra @dekchair Yep.. Such an insult to have it on this day! 1y
  •   nundra @walkingwithmabel Yes, sadly many ppl don't know the history.. Or the present! 1y
  •   quiet.riot unfortunately all 'civilised' nations are guilty of many of the points you mentioned. this is why i will never understand patrotism in any form 1y
  •   nundra @kial13 Yes, colonisation seems to have been an unfortunate, inevitable wave that washed over earth.. However to rub salt in that still recent wound is unnecessary & highly insensitive.. 1y
  •   wilhelminavd Thank you... Interesting .. True 1y
  •   quintanarose I agree, the native Americans here have been screwed continuously and I don't see the end in sight. So wrong. I believe the colonizers are trying to wipe out the evidence. Wipe out their shame. 1y

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