I am a passionate lover of justice and kindness. But the enormity of the problems that the world faces, is at times overwhelming. To inspire people, I often tell the story of the young girl and the starfish. Hundreds of… Read More ›
A good proportion of my blog posts are me chatting about issues in the world that frustrate me….political or corporate stupidity, or issues that are of a social justice nature….like the failure of the bail system (which was my latest… Read More ›
It’s just before Christmas 2016 and I have been able to ‘obtain’ the list of Naughty or Nice that Santa Clause apparently compiles through watching you while you are sleeping (which is not creepy at all), knowing when you… Read More ›
Could You Become A Blood Donor And Save Lives Like Global Care’s Bluey Bear? Here is Bluey Bear’s Blood Donor Story.
Each time you donate blood you save up to three lives. At Global Care, we are strong advocates for becoming a blood donor. Our DNA is Mates Helping Mates and there is no better way to help a mate than… Read More ›
Today (14th November 2016) I Visited Grantham–The Scene of the 2011 Flash Floods: Photos Then and Now.
Today I drove through the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane, stopping in the Town of Grantham. The last time I was in Grantham was just days after the devastating flash flood that swept a lot of the town away and… Read More ›
I have been a fan of kindness for many years. I have seen first hand its power to change lives or circumstances. I have experienced that awesome feeling when someone is kind to me. I know the bible… Read More ›
Help me Social Media. Am I an old cynic? Do I need a holiday? Today Bill Shorten’s motorcade pulled off a country road to do a press conference roadside moment. As a vehicle overtook the motorcade, it crashed head… Read More ›
On the 20th February 2016, Tropical Cyclone Winston struck Fiji. Winston was the largest storm in the Southern Hemisphere to ever make landfall. Over 40 people were killed and the destruction was immense. As the National Director of Global Care,… Read More ›
Peter Pilt’s Thoughts on the High Court’s Decision on Asylum Seekers and Indeed on Asylum Seekers in General: Aren’t we Better Than This as a Nation?
The High Court of Australia today (3rd Feb 2016) ruled that Australia’s offshore detention of Asylum Seekers was lawful. The implication of this decision among other things is: Offshore processing of Asylum Seekers on Manus Island and Nauru will continue…. Read More ›