Staying up-to-date with your applications

You may have already sent your application(s), you may be in the process of completing your application(s) or you may be just beginning to think about application (s). Whichever applies to you, follow some simple rules to stay up-to-date with all the communications that you are receiving or are about to receive: Applications: Step One: Keep a record of all your applications (copy each application/take a snapshot of each page of each application/print copies and keep a digital/paper file of them all) Step ...

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We do a lot of reflection when we pray. I’m a Catholic and my elementary education occurred at St Catherine Laboure Primary School, in the parish of Gymea. I realize now that the good Sisters of St Joseph and the reverend Father Wilkinson had a lot to do with teaching me how to reflect. At the mature age of seven years old I was prepared for the sacrament of Confession. I was taught to reflect on when, and how, I had been ...

“The games people play”

I’m on my way to facilitate a CAS workshop at Prince Alfred College in Adelaide. As I wait to board my flight I’m interestedly scanning the faces and activities of my fellow passengers in the airport lounge at Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta international airport. Immediately to my right an Indonesian girl, about 7 years old, is playing a game on her i-pad. I look closer, intrusively, over her shoulder and I ask her what it’s called, “Fruit Ninjas Pak (Mr.).” By her side her ...