Perjalanan Hidup #1 Making Smart Moves
Early this morning Bishop David Farrer said to me: “Nomadic life and pilgrimage are what its all about.”
“Its learning on the move. In the deepest Aboriginalities of Jesus and Baiame, there is no such thing as a straight line.” was the expansion upon the Bishop’s thought which Father Glenn Loughrey and I devised later on in the morning.
Living well depends upon discourse or musyawarah, which I also like to call The Word.
Geoff Fox, 2nd February, 2022, Down Under
Sustainable Development #16 Personal Survival in The Culture War
Cultural Warrior Philipp Zey travelled around the world on a bicycle with a trombone, a golf club and a German pasta shaper.
He shared music, his golf swing and pasta meals using locally available ingredients with hosts and new friends in the cause of peace, understanding and freedom across and up and down Europe, Asia, Australia, South America and Africa.
It is unlikely that anyone in the world has ever played didgeridoo on a trombone down a drain in Australia better than Philipp Zey did for my camera just because I asked him to.
Aboriginal elder the late Aunty Dot Peeters said his playing was “excellent”.
Geoff Fox, February 1 , 2021, Terra Nullius