The Healthy Paleo Picnic

By: Susan Joy | The JOYful Table

It’s spring here in the southern hemisphere and the perfect time for a picnic. I’m very fortune where I live in Western Australia, there are only a few months of the year that we can’t picnic. Having a picnic with family and friends is the perfect setting for a catch up, laughter, fun with a game of cricket, a bush or beach walk and sharing delicious food.

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Finding Joy in the 'Now'

By: Duncan Robinson

I’ve felt recently like I’m stuck in a rut. The routine of life, the regularity of it all.

I’m peeking around corners and looking for a surprise, wondering when the next mystery is going to come. I’m waiting for the next big thing and feverishly looking for a way to make it happen.

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Predictable Individualism?

By: Freedom for Faith

Michael Moore, the US film director neatly puts the argument that gay marriage does not concern anyone but the couple involved:

“If you are against gay marriage, don’t get gay married. You won’t like it. It’s not for you. But live and let live.”

It’s a position we are hearing a lot regarding the postal survey – ‘This is just about whether two individuals should be allowed to marry.’

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