ANZAC Day, 25th April each year, commemorates the sacrifice of life in wartime and is an assertion of the nobility of a cause many young men died to protect
Where would the world be without the larger than life people in history, like our ANZACs, who changed its course and impacted on what would happen in the future
Destruction of a civilian flight carrying hundreds of passengers from Amsterdam – Kuala Lumpur demands social justice safeguarding everyone’s unalienable rights
Playing the game of politics in Australia has meant embracing the Machiavellian concept of the end justifies the means. Is that really what our society wants?
Modern manners, codes of behaviour, decorum and rules of etiquette matter in every culture and society – they illuminate and respect the human experience.
The sexual tension that has grown between Lucrezia and Cesare Borgia erupts in episode 3 series 3 of The Borgias – is it only a Borgia who can love a Borgia?
In the twenty first century a compleat gentleman has a set of values to live his life by his honour and integrity tied up in trust personally and professionally
Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BCE) said it is our task to become good men, or achieve the highest human good. But is that enough? How do we attain goodness without a sense of purpose or belief there is something more? For centuries, when large parts of the earth were dominated…