Sometimes, Always, Never with Bill Nighy, is about a family progressing and maturing by fault while learning where and how to meet on the common ground of love
Building trust and empathy between societies by expanding an interest in and understanding of our arts and culture we can help to make the world a better place
A delicate mix of misfortune abuse artistic endeavour humour and the magic of Sayer’s pen crafts with literary finesse a significant Australian non-fiction work
Immigration Museum at Melbourne recently announced their focus this summer is on love with two stunning shows; Love and Kahlil Gibran: The Garden of the Prophet
Amor vincit Omnia the Latin phrase ‘love conquers all’, will be sure to take on new meaning as the Immigration Museum, Melbourne tells inspiring stories of LOVE
Enter The Culture Concept Circle Giveaway and Win 1 x 20 Double Passes to Mary Magdalene a new movie starring Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix, released March 22
Released in Australia March 22, the movie Mary Magdalene tells the story of the important role she played in the adult life and crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth
Now showing at NGV International, Love: Art of Emotion 1400-1800, helps us to ’… reconcile the two parts of our being, the physical and the intellectual’
Saying farewell to Julian’s Staffordshire terrier with the soulful eyes is the key to his taking leave of life with grace in Truman, a sublime Spanish movie gem
The challenge on Valentine’s Day is to reflect on what love really means to you and then express it to someone you cherish on that day and every day thereafter
Sip on Healthy Skin Tea and soak in a hot tub infused with Sacred FLora Both Soak and you will maximise the experience provided by Ya-Lu Blue Tea Bar, Melbourne
At Easter the challenge in Christian theology is managing the two sides of the coin together, commerce and Christianity. They must be held in a unique tension.
What is a Prince, why are girls still looking for one to carry them off – instead should they be out there looking for his shoe instead – what are they made of?
A kind heart, a good soul, essential ingredients in a menu of goals we need to establish and reach for if we seek to find a balance between romance and reality
Carolyn McDowall of The Culture Concept Circle examines rituals of tradition surrounding the marriage ceremony and what they mean to many in the 21st century
The parable of the ‘waiting father’ or ‘prodigal son’ is a metaphor about what love is, meant to remind us when love is freely given it should be unconditional