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21 June 2016

On being a dad

Leo Babauta
Being a dad is about uncertainty, but it’s also about love. You are scared witless, and yet you make it through all of this because you love them endlessly, you are undone by your love for them.
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13 June 2016

Music With My Mum

DF Podcast
If you could sit your parents down, what would you ask them? In this mini-series, Berry is determined to sit her music-loving mum down with her favourite records to get to the heart of things.
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8 June 2016

The journey of giving back

Jeremy Meltzer
We’re helping unleash the potential of thousands of women and girls, who’ve been held back for thousands of years. And we’ve only just begun.
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26 May 2016

Trading home for safety

ASRC
African foreigners in South Africa are always there in a state of transit. I’m not here for good. You don’t stay here for good. You don’t make old bones here
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It’s in liminal space that we start to undergo a transformation, that our psyches are open and malleable and the edges we’ve created for ourselves soften.
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19 May 2016

How to travel with authenticity

Amandine Thomas
To travel meaningfully, I believe that we need to start a conversation with the land we are passing through.
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11 May 2016

The Dumbo Feather Podcast

DF Podcast
New episode with Hugh Mackay out now. Wherever you are, listen in to conversations with inspiring guests, recorded live before an intimate audience.
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Each person in this issue has challenged the accepted narrative and emerged with new paradigms for our world—from governing nations to understanding the brain.
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To say that humans are tribal creatures is to say the single most culturally significant thing about us.
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28 April 2016

Music as everyday therapy

Stephan Skov
A simple way to use music as therapy is to become aware of the music in your life, to develop a consciousness of how it affects you.
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