Eternal love : waratah ( seen from afar ) to the local Dharawal people... it was also placed on the passed ...by them ... this is taken 10 minutes walk from home i believe its our most special n simply powerful majestic flower ...i believe we are not protecting our native flora n fauna ...its obvious from weed infestations - lantanna n morning glory explosions unchecked n garbage plastic littered on all walking trails especially backpackers n some cultures are worse...at this.. in national parks ( which with the people i bushwalk with we gather n bag all garbage we find on the way )...we need to protect these Sacred places n let go of the economy ...thinking ( see "I AM : tom shadyacs documentary - david suzuki ) ... this was seen as a healing plant n sacred to the local Dharawal people theres an ancient midden at the bottom of the hill at home ... we have something unique here from the Creator ... it is sacred ... to be australian is to be protective n care for this special land & live as true mates #hope#love#education#wakeupneothematrixhasyou#indigenous#blessedarethefilthyrichlamarU2#blessedarethepeacemakers#lovesupremejohncoltrane#exodusbobmarley #proteacea#nectar#Dharawal
Quick photo update on Bellambi Public School's Yarning Circle. Looking deadly!!!
A beautiful painting celebrating the richness of Aboriginal storytelling, culture and connection across the Diocese of Wollongong has been gifted to the newly ordained Bishop Brian Mascord from CEDoW staff. “From the Mountains to the Sea” by well-known local Aboriginal artist and respected local Elder, Uncle Kevin Butler, was unveiled and presented to the Bishop on behalf of the Catholic Education community at this year’s Diocesan Education Mass.
More at: https://www.dow.catholic.edu.au/about-us/aboriginal-education/yarning-circle/from-the-mountains-to-the-sea-cedow-gifts-symbolic-aboriginal-painting-to-new-bishop/