Hope of koalas day 14

THE WORD KOALA COMES FROM AN ABORIGINAL LANGUAGE. Koala derives from the Dharug language, which was spoken by the Darug people living in present-day New South Wales, and has also been written as koola, kulla, and kula. Interestingly; the aboriginal and native people of Australia were the first ones to discover koalas and on the basis of the koalas’ habitat whichContinue reading “Hope of koalas day 14”

Journey into hope day 13

life is for living Bill Keane: ‘Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present’ Let us reflect Reflections today comprise whether Bill Keane is correct in his view of the present moment. Having travelled a journey of hope for the past thirteenContinue reading “Journey into hope day 13”

Hope into rain day 9

So today I went to visit the beautiful survivors that are the koalas. They have managed to struggle through bushfires, their mothers’ being hit by a car and one even clung to a car bonnet for about 350 metres as the car was driving! Just watching Mary, who is blind but oh so happy withContinue reading “Hope into rain day 9”