Pressing on

It has been a wickedly dry and hot summer, my work-days are filled with people who are dealing with and the effects of poverty and disadvantage; struggles for truly better and more just ways of living abound. There are issues everywhere to be dealt with and not a lot of obvious will to do the dealing. The only thing to be done is press on! And be inspired by others who press on also, taking action where they can and keeping the wheels of alternative possibilities turning…

On addressing climate change some readers of this blog have been active rebels for the cause –

Nicky did a really interesting interview with a farmer and businessman, who has taken action on his concerns about climate change after hearing children ask ‘where are the adults in dealing with this.

Here is the link to the interview on Radio Adelaide.

Hobart to the Galilee Basin and back

And here is a link the marvellous Mary’s blog. Mary’s consistent small actions are really helpful in themselves, but also in assisting those of us who get a bit despondent to keep going! Picking up rubbish, pulling out weeds, mending things, planting natives – there are small and creative ways to keep working for change!

And we have had some rain – there are hints of green in Auburn and elsewhere… and birds poke their heads out of nests too if you are lucky.




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