The Great Reset: Momentum builds with the World Economic Forum agenda

I spent most of February and the first half of March 2020 banging away on my keyboard trying to wake up my fellow Australian residents to the risks of the coming COVID-19 pandemic so that through political self-interest elected politicians would enact policies necessary to protect those within the Australian borders and to help asContinue reading “The Great Reset: Momentum builds with the World Economic Forum agenda”

The Great Reset: A letter to my Father and my ‘Sliding Doors’ self

Dear Dad It seems that lately we struggle to spend time together without quarreling. Neither of us are good at small talk, and the divergent path that I took in my life means that we no longer share much in common. Most importantly, we no longer see the world through similar frames of reference.  IContinue reading “The Great Reset: A letter to my Father and my ‘Sliding Doors’ self”

The Great Reset: Teaching What We Left Behind

Have you ever had a “Ratatouille” moment? Like in the animated movie where the food critic is instantaneously transported to a deeply cherished childhood memory when stimulated by an extraordinary event, in that case the first mouthful of a dish that invoked his mother’s ratatouille?  I have experienced it once in my life, and thereContinue reading “The Great Reset: Teaching What We Left Behind”