Every now and again in this world of digital overload, I come across a piece of writing that makes me quiver. Such was the case this week.
This week a young woman named Helen Bender confronted Australian politicians on their stance on the contentious issue of coal seam gas exploration that led to her farmer father taking his own life merely days before.
It struck a chord with many of us on the land, and it is with kind permission from Heather Pascoe that I reprint her quivering prose.
Thank you Helen for your bravery. Thank you Heather for your words; and thank you Dr. David Pascoe for sharing, in the first instance, this heartfelt missive.