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Deep in the Nullarbor - Day 230

Thinking ahead - Harvey ready for the 'East'

Now getting close to the end of the most Natural part of the journey, I spend many hours think ahead. Really this part was more a holiday period, with no publicity work to do, and having a lot of fun. I however was thinking way before this, as after the border of SA to Victoria, the media is now the real target, and I am already preparing myself for pressure, stress, and awkward questions who wish to test you out. My aim, my dream, is a combination of lateral thinking - politics - comendy and visualisations of peace, where I must make friends with anyone of any aspect of society. A very demanding role.

Mick and Amanda have enjoyed this journey, seeing some of the most beautiful parts of Australia, and making all of us more connected to the earth itself. Mick's presence the day I had the seizure, came to be the real reason why I knew Mick had a crucial role on the journey, which I did not see first before it started. Now I hope that when we reach the first majoy city, Adelaide, that Mick and Amanda will open their eyes even more, and not be just a back up team, but be 2 individuals now following their own personal dreams in the future.

I aim to change the direction of the Walk for Peace, as my own dream must come from my own soul. Not one person has the exact same dream, that is why I feel team work is only a term for a working project. This is why after Adelaide each individual must identify their own dream, and one must earn it to achieve it as much as one can.

I see new people that I do not know yet, will make new paths through TV, radio and national newspapers. I will aim at people with professional experiences in the media and in the public eye, and slowly my own direction in life will bring out the best in me.

Time will tell.

Francis Muldowney
fmuldowney@yahoo.com

Posted by fmuldowney 21:05 Archived in Australia

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