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The Storm | Fate whispers to the warrior, 'You cannot withstand the storm.' The warrior whispers back, 'I am the storm.' - If you are struggling in your own storm, remember you are stronger and braver than you realise. Leave a 💙 if you agree.


Lucky Passengers | People come in and out of our lives all the time. Sometimes, we grieve and wish there was more time, but life inevitably has other plans. It is hard to let good people go, but that is because we forget each person is on their own journey and we are just lucky to be passengers for part of the way. Leave a 💙 if you agree.


Be Kind To Yourself | If you ever find yourself using social media numbers as a measure of recognition, relevance and inclusion, or if you feel sometimes that getting attention on social media is the only relevant reason for communicating, remember that you are so much more than your Instagram. Be kind to yourself. Get off social media, walk outside, talk to a real person, experience life and don’t record the moment. Leave a 💖 if you agree.


Be Fearless | Earlier this week I was honoured to be interviewed by @abcnews_au about legojacking, social justice and tiny plastic people. You can read the interview in my profile link. It was an important reminder to never doubt yourself, be fearless in your beliefs and good things will follow. Leave a 💚 if you agree.


The Wheels Are In Motion | No matter how much you try to control everything around you, no matter how hard you push or resist, the wheels of change are always in motion. You may not see them coming, but how you respond can make all the difference. Leave a 💛 if you agree.


Time for Kindness ❤️ | There is no wrong time to be kind. There is no right time to find kindness. Sometimes you just have to ask for help if you need it or reach out to someone who might need it more. Leave a 💙 if you agree. - - Excited to back on the streets of Melbourne to record more stories for @theembassyofkindness. If you are in the Melbourne CBD tomorrow afternoon, Saturday 3 August, please drop by. More details at @theembassyofkindness.


Call of the Wild | Heartbreaking to see recent images of a polar bear shot dead in the Norwegian wilderness. The bear was killed by a cruise ship guard after it injured another guard. How do we accept when tourists intrude on the wilderness and then kill one of the reasons they are there? If you think we need to better respect our environment and the creatures in it, leave one of these 🐊🐅🐆🦓🦍🐘🦏.


Time to Fly | Your wings already exist. All you have to do is fly. Leave a ✊️ if you agree.


Blood Moon 🌕🌗🌑 | So many images of last night’s blood moon on my Instagram feed, so here is the view from space of the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century. Sometimes we need these rare moments to remind us we are all part of something much bigger - and that how we live and connect on this planet, should not be defined by fear and conflict, but the shared beauty and inspiration around us. Leave a ❤️ if you agree.


Illegal Aliens | Officials in the U.S. must now say “illegal aliens,” not “undocumented immigrants”. Calling someone an illegal alien can dehumanise a person, make them feel helpless and increase a sense of fear and resentment from those around them. Undocumented immigrants are still human and should be treated with humanity. Leave a 💚 if you agree.


Courage | Some people think that being frightened means they don’t have courage. Not true. It is possible to be brave and be scared. Leave a ✊️ if you agree.


The Art of Play | George Bernard Shaw once wrote ‘We don’t stop playing because we grow old. We grow old because we stop playing’. Leave a ❤️ if you agree. - - Excited to finally share with you all my photo essay about ‘The Art of Play’ - for the @nationalgalleryaus. If you want to learn more about legojacking with art and architecture and what inspires my creation of tiny worlds, please click on the link in my profile. Thank you for all the support.

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