Monthly Archives: December 2010
This is the last post on this blog as the World trip is completed. What I can say is that I was overjoyed on returning to Australia as I felt this very strong sense of success. I had sought to… Continue reading
I was going to post my Kashmir poem but when my computer crashed I think it went. Anyway, I ended up looking for another poem that I felt was fitting to the last blog and touches on some of the points I raised. Continue reading
As I travelled from New Zealand to Australia, I was keen to find out what is newsworthy. My re-entry into the media world was met with a barrage of speculation and hyperbole about Julian Assange, the Australian Journalist and founder… Continue reading
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The challenge is for governments to integrate these values on a personal level and implement these rights as International Law rather than principles as guidelines.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted and proclaimed… Continue reading
Today is the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. I like the fact that this is the day I arrive back in Australia. It is what my life and work stands for. Universal rights in peace.
I spent… Continue reading
I woke up and organised my clown gear. I am heading off to clown at Eltea Square in Auckland. I will meet Vivienne there. I get a phone call from Edna who was orginally going to host me, she is… Continue reading
Got up and felt pretty good. I met Marie this amazing woman filled with kindness. She made me a lovely breakfast and offered to drive me into town. She also knits clowns and offered to give me one of her… Continue reading