Archive of ‘Daily Musings’ category

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What will he remember of his childhood?

I recently listened to a podcast where Bernard Fanning was being interviewed live at the ABC Brisbane studio for ABC Conversations “Songs of your Streets” series.  Interviews featuring how Australian towns and cities have shaped Australian music and since Powderfinger are such a quintessential part of the Australian music landscape it would have been a natural choice to […] Read more…

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Me, myself and anxiety

Anxiety manifests itself in many ways. Physically and or psychologically, fears and phobias.  My version is generally centred around health and an intense fear of those close to me getting sick. Really sick.  It’s not something that consumes me, it surfaces when everything is going well and then someone (usually MM or Charlie) complains of feeling […] Read more…

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Fathers and sons

“I defined feminist simply, as someone who believes in the full equality of men and women. Their advice applied broadly: to anyone who wants to raise children who are kind, confident and free to pursue their dreams.” I read this recently in an article published by the New York Times entitled “How to raise a […] Read more…

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