Tagged: social-issues

The Story of Harmless Bullet

Day 23 The Face of Tyranny /absurdist comedy/ The Warrior Farm was the first place in the Gunung Kinabalu Kingdom that had all the usual features any town in the world has: a pond with a big park, a market, a bank, a big circus with sexy acrobats, a police force, a strong army, an excellent high-tech hospital, landline phones and post office. It looked civilized and truly reminded me...

What ‘killed’ the Mother Goddess?

#guestpost written by Haley M. Walters Around the world we can find prehistoric examples of women holding or sharing power equally with men, but what happened during history to shift the power exclusively to men and ‘kill’ the Mother Goddess? Societies where women hold some form of power are referred to as matriarchies. A matriarchy is defined as a social unit that is governed by a woman or group of women....

Book Review. The Lost Man, by Jane Harper

The great Australian poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal (or Kath Walker) turns 100 years this November. I’ve been thinking a lot about what she once said while reading Jane Harper’s novel The Lost Man. Kath Walker said, “Let no-one say the past is dead, the past is all about us and within.” What she means is that our past always affects our future. We are what we see, how we feel when we...