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The Awakening of 'The Spiritual Me': An Age-Old Search for Core Truths

by Margaret Bell | May 29, 2018

A spiritual understanding of the self is equally as important as a physical, social, or emotional understanding, but it is perhaps the aspect of our self-knowledge which is most often misrepresented. Over the centuries and millennia...

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Take a Deep Breath: Getting Caught Up in Those Truly Memorable Moments of Life

by Margaret Bell | May 22, 2018

Life has a habit of moving fast. No matter how old you are, no matter what you have experienced or accomplished, there will have been a time at which you cast your mind back to recollect a moment from the past, and were shocked by just how long ago that moment was even though it seemed like yesterday.

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The Social Me: The Online Experience vs The Physical Presence

by Margaret Bell | May 14, 2018

Let's consider communication and connection in the current landscape, taking into account both the modern experience of online communication and the more traditional one of face to face physical contact. Both are valid and relevant in today's world, and both need to be carefully considered if we are to promote a genuine understanding of ourselves and our positions in society.

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The Future of Our Social-Selves: The Effect of Social Media on Australian Parents and their Children

by Margaret Bell | May 8, 2018

There are few modern lives, particularly among the younger generations, which have not been touched by social media. Relationships begin or are nurtured on Facebook. Life milestones are accompanied by a slew of Instagram posts. Debates and conversations - both friendly and acrimonious - are more likely to be conducted on Twitter than face-to-face.

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"Who Is Driving My Bus?": Our Choice for the Road Ahead

by Margaret Bell | May 1, 2018

As we get older, this should become clearer, but for teenagers, the disconnect between reality and perception can be enormous. Too many adults put this down to teenage apathy and narcissism, but this is doing our young people an enormous disservice. A Mission Australia survey in 2015 found that

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