A Poem: Deepening, by Tessa Wallace

What if When there was more demand On your business You didn’t feel compelled To meet it? What if there was less growth But More deepening Tree rings settling in What if you could close early New attitude For that empty space Calling out to Read More …

Post Truth Doublethink

In his classic novel of a dystopian future ‘1984’, George Orwell defines the idea of ‘doublethink’, which I believe perfectly describes the character of our political conversations today: Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of Read More …

A Poem: Migrating Starlings & Journeys of Survival

It was a quiet morning walk in the Daintree Rainforest / When the silence was sliced, by their agitated screeching / Our attention arrested, we hasten our pace / To race up the tower, what could be amiss / The metallic starlings are causing a ruckus / Shiny purple and green, they reflect back the sunlight Read More …