Boatload Of Australian Climate Refugees Spotted Off Sri Lankan Coast — The Out And Abouter

Displaced by massive forest fires that have burned barren swathes across their tinder-dry nation, a vessel carrying more than 200 Australian climate refugees has reportedly entered Sri Lankan waters, hoping to claim asylum in the well-hydrated nation. Despite being bedraggled and exhausted after more than three weeks at sea, the Aussie refugees, many of […] via … Continue reading Boatload Of Australian Climate Refugees Spotted Off Sri Lankan Coast — The Out And Abouter

To walk away — Emerging From The Dark Night

To walk away does not mean you failed Only that you are tired of trying And placing your energy Into fruitless or used up places Leaving is not always a defeat For sometimes it just takes Wisdom and strength to surrender To truths your ego may rather not face And I have heard it said […] … Continue reading To walk away — Emerging From The Dark Night

Where Will We Be, Without You Now? (Ode to Taal) — michnavs

You bear witness to a lover’s promise over the moonlight in an early evening delight as they made their vow of eternal and faithful love oh, how happy you seemed to be as you show off your great character and magnificent stature, so picturesque, so attractive you smile as lovers smile over the complexities of […] … Continue reading Where Will We Be, Without You Now? (Ode to Taal) — michnavs

Paulina Mwindor from UCC shares on her Education, Startup and Volunteering — Blissful Hearts

Originally posted on Active Learner's Blog: In early 2018, we were both members of the Incoming Global Volunteers portfolio in AIESEC in UCC. Since meeting her, I have watched and admired her zeal towards empowering youth and contributing to societal development while pursuing her studies. On the 14th December 2019, she won $5000 during… via Paulina … Continue reading Paulina Mwindor from UCC shares on her Education, Startup and Volunteering — Blissful Hearts

Vigilance, Part 1 – Neglect — ANNA WALDHERR A Voice Reclaimed, Surviving Child Abuse

Image courtesy of NSPCC There are a thousand ways to harm a child. The evidence of child abuse may be subtle or more obvious. To remain vigilant against such abuse, those of us concerned for the welfare of children must learn to recognize the warning signs. This series of posts will address such warning signs. […] … Continue reading Vigilance, Part 1 – Neglect — ANNA WALDHERR A Voice Reclaimed, Surviving Child Abuse