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When I was a young child, I would often ask my parents questions about the world. Unfortunately for my parents, I chose to ask questions that had no easy answers – Why was there so much inequality? Why was there so much environmental destruction? Why did most people seem unconcerned about social issues that were right in front of them?..
Life Again acknowledges and pay respect to the Traditional Owners, including the Wurundjeri on which our place of work is located, as the original custodians of this land. We respect their customs, traditions and their special relationship with the land.
We also acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations across Australia, their Elders, Ancestors, cultures and heritage.
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I can clearly recall the song Welsh-born Mary Hopkins sang in 1968. The lyrics tell the story of the time: "Those were the days my friend. We thought they'd never end. We'd sing and dance forever and a day." It was a great time to be alive and young. It was a great...read more
During this COVID journey into the “unreal”, Life Again has added NATURE to one of the Foundation’s pillars. The Pillar of Connection. Early in the year millions of our pristine acreage of forests and bushlands were burnt to the ground, torched to smithereens....read more
I might never go back to a gym. For 17 years I’ve assiduously trained with my amazing trainer Emma twice a week and seemingly kept various gyms in business. Despite the need for gyms to play increasingly loud music and for people to talk on phones whilst pressing...read more