Time is all weird

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This song, from the 90s, popped into my head tonight and it took a while to find it but I’m glad I did. This CD was a favourite that I’d forgotten.

Change the Date

I was listening to an astrology podcast about this month and a large cycle of aspects between Saturn/Uranus that began in 1988 was mentioned. The final one in the series is occurring this year. A breakdown of old structures and revolution is the energy of this time. It’s about change. Here’s more information about the astrology:


One of the things to change is the national celebration of invasion in this country, surely we are better educated now. I can’t celebrate this country on this date. It is wrong and needs to change.

Here’s an article about 1988 –


It’s not just one thing that needs to change.


A local article from Gippslandia about one thing we could do around here:


I listened to the latest podcast from Rob and Elena that celebrates the work of Indigiearth founder, Sharon Winsor. There are many ways to support change. I’d love to hear more about readers ways.


It has to change

I love the new podcast by Rob Rees, (who I am a massive fan of) and Elena Duggan – Appetite for Change. Rob is always good to listen to and I have learnt so much from him over the past few years. Each episode has been brilliant, and I encourage you to listen to them all. Rob and Elena are finding such knowledgeable and committed humans that work with food to make the world a better place. They ask brilliant questions and create an intimate conversation. Suitable for people who eat.

My favourite so far has been the latest with Cat Clarke. You hear the passion for connection and learning in her voice as she relates how far she goes to make a difference in the lives of her students. I had so many moments while listening to this of feeling the truth of her words in my gut. Here’s a recent article about her impact as a teacher –


One of the points Cat makes is that the education system has to change and she mentions some of the barriers as well as her approaches with great humility.