Jul 31, 2016
Bec's mum doesn't believe in gay marriage. But she walked her daughter down the aisle anyway.
Bec describes her wedding day, the emotions she felt on that day and the depth of her love for her wife.
The following episode will be an interview with her wife, Nicole, who will talk about the same day.
Jul 26, 2016
Six-year-old Millie tells a story of going snorkelling, and discovering that she is terrified of the ocean. She articulates beautifully how she values and loves her family and knows that they are there for her, no matter what happens.
Jul 21, 2016
A Person’s Right To Be
This is a very important episode for me, right now. It becomes about how, as a socially aware person, you stay engaged with issues concerning human rights and justice and how you protect yourself and your boundaries. It’s about the dialectic between your ability to make a difference and the...
Jul 14, 2016
Sr Naomi describes a seemingly simple encounter with an Aboriginal girl in the Kimberleys, in Western Australia, that taught her about love, warmth, welcome and family.
Jul 6, 2016
Wajma talks about visiting Afghanistan, the country of her birth, and wanting to go out for ice cream with her male cousin. Her cousin graciously took her out and, after a while, asked her if they could go home as he felt uncomfortable. Wajma, beautifully and non-judgementally, reflects on what the interaction said...