The Self-Conscious Mind

Have you ever had a thought that was probably ridiculous, but to you it seemed real, it seemed like a possibility? Taking that thought, have you spent hours, maybe even days or weeks, just letting that thought run wild in your mind over and over, creating a whirlwind of anxiety, stress, worry, or whatever other negative emotions might present themselves? Your stomach drops, you begin … Continue reading The Self-Conscious Mind

Uncovering Christianity: Exploring The Roots Of The West #2 – Reflection, Suffering, And The Power Of Love

Before we begin this week’s piece, I would like to add a little tidbit about it. Prior to last night (Monday night) I had already written a piece for this week and had begun a new one for publication next week. However, when I was writing part of next week’s edition, I found that what I was writing could be its own individual part, and … Continue reading Uncovering Christianity: Exploring The Roots Of The West #2 – Reflection, Suffering, And The Power Of Love

The Media Code: The Case For Independent Media

There are times in life when you really wonder what someone was thinking. You wonder what was going through their heads when they did something. The Australian Government’s approach to Big Tech is one such time. What the Government have done probably the worst path they could have taken. It is only going to end in the devastation of the media landscape in Australia. But … Continue reading The Media Code: The Case For Independent Media

Music: The Soundtrack To Our Lives

Music is an incredible thing. It is much more than just sound and rhythm. It is something that speaks to us, makes us feel. It brings out all sorts of emotions. What emotions arise of course depend on the type of music we choose to listen to. Indeed, we may select songs that we can connect with at certain times in our lives. When we’re … Continue reading Music: The Soundtrack To Our Lives