While the idea of sober July has taken root, perhaps we should follow the example of a notable family, and use this month to be kind to each other.
Melbourne’s Trolley Man and the tragic case of the baby drowned at Surfers Paradise are a stark reminder of Australia’s homelessness crisis. But maybe a little help can give a lot of hope.
Modern-day Australia is a continent wracked by fear and apathy. However, things are only as dark as you make them.
Often we’re far too busy with our own problems to hear out those of strangers. Recently, I crossed this void and became a tourist in other people’s problems.
Those who complain about the hostile society we live in should know that the solution is simple: err on the side of kindness.
Muslim-owned London restaurant offers free Christmas feast to those in need. Redeems an exclusively rubbish year from getting thrown into bin.
City living is an alienating experience. But just one selfless act can be enough to make or break a day, and remind us how it feels to be human.