Our spirituality evokes our prayers for understanding, respect and recognition for the landscape that we share. It brings forth the awareness in our hearts that you and I drink the same water and breathe the same air. If we stood on the moon looking down at the Mother Earth, we could not see any division of states or nations, only a oneness… and the world can be that spiritual symbol that reminds us that you and I really are one’.
Maisie Cavanagh, Australian Aboriginal writer, poet, public speaker and member of the Wiradjuri language group of NSW, 2002
What is the immediate future for spirituality in Australia? Is it destined to remain a marginal or ‘eccentric’ interest? How can those of us on the edge speak to the mainstream? This talk will focus on the work of Aboriginal leaders, Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr and David Mowaljarlai and their efforts to create a ‘universal’, non-sectarian spiritual awareness in this country. Read the rest of this entry
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