Month: February 2017

The old the bold and those still serving

Peter Adamis Abalinx 23 February 2017 The old, the bold and the grey are merely words to describe the plight of many veterans who are suffering silently at home, nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation, streets, old age facilities and some in mental complexes designed to support those who have suffered as a result of their service.…

Multiculturalism is but a vehicle to becoming an Australian

Peter Adamis 22 February 2017 As a New Australian, born in a country whose history is as old as the mythological Olympian Gods can call Australia home; why is it so difficult for others to embrace Australian values and abide by its laws and intuitions?  Is it because I arrived on the shores of West Australia…

Under the shade of the olive trees

Peter Adamis Abalinx 9 February 2017 Under the shade of the olive trees is a somewhat misleading title when I originally wrote the article based on the word JAB.  JAB may appear a funny title for an article but for me I am hoping that it will be the embryo of a book. A book…

A Pyramid of beer glasses

Peter Adamis Abalinx 4 February 2017 Everybody likes a beer and I am no different. Mind you although I would drink when I was younger, life somehow was able to demonstrate to me that too much cannot always be a good thing no matter how seductive it may have been. Some years ago when I…