3 amazing people on twitter joined me on Perth’s 6pr.com.au 882 6pr last weekend – Poet & activist Lesley Dewar, Advocate and #mhsm convenor Amy Kiel and Steve Andrews about his black dog ride this Sunday


Perth Poet & Activist Lesley Dewar uses the net to share and promote creative people and activist causes – and she’s having a ball!

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Kansas City (Mo) Mental Health Advocate and #mhsm convenor Amy Kiel is amazing – join us 1000pm Eastern US time Tuesday, 1000am West Australian time to share and gather info, resources and inspiration from people around the globe.

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From the South West of W. Australia Steve Andrews talks about about his black dog ride this Sunday, he’s even getting the State Health Minister to saddle up on a donated BMW to raise awareness of depression and raise funds for Busselton advocates LAMP

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  1. G’day, folks 🙂

    My neighbour Ibrahim is pretty amazing, too. Mind you, there’s an amazing wife, and an amazing child or three, helping contribute toward his amazingness. But custom decrees that their contributions will remain in the background.

    Papers? Documents? No, not the ones you forged for yourself, as you occupied those idle hours aboard the Taliban submarine that happened to be going Australia’s way. No, not those. I mean the documents your hostile government gave you just before you fled the country of your birth. Yes, those ones. I see you still remember queueing for days to get those vital papers. Queueing for days. To get those papers. From your hostile government. The government that has you and your family on a “Persons of Interest” list.

    There’s something about two blokes covered in sweat, arms scratched and bleeding from spiteful twigs, pausing to down glasses of cold water. We were dealing with a fallen tree, one of the many legacies of a recent violent storm in Perth. There’s something about the bond of labour shared that transcends language, politics, religion, documents, and unusual methods of travel.

    The family nextdoor to me saved their final amazing act until the sun was well-set. Emerging from the shower I discovered that dinner had been served. A meal from Iraq. http://www.kurrattan.net/images/meal_from_iraq.jpg They were looking-after me, while my wife is far away, on an enforced visit to hospital.

    It’s quite amazing how food can make your eyes all misty. Even food that’s not spicey. Quite amazing.

    Eric Carwardine, in Perth, Western Australia

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