Your own personal craniotomy. It seems too incredible to be true the kind of thing that would happen to somebody else?
Tag: Te Ao Marama
Without saying too much, recent events have conspired against me and not the other way around. There will be a lot of lies and rumours out there surrounding who I am and what I do, and I didn’t want to alienate my followers further, so I decided to lay them to rest by doing a profile on myself.
As a Pākehā New Zealander, I felt a bit apprehensive when deciding what to write about this week. I wanted to make sure that while putting forward my perspective, I straight-up acknowledged that I am still learning about the fullness of what a true Treaty partnership means.
Heading into the international break in two weeks, here’s my form team from this year’s Super Rugby. Let the disagreement begin.
It smells like oranges. When you close your eyes, you’re seven years old, it’s summer and you’re back in the Coromandel.
Doors slam, plates thrown so easily shatter, a thousand fractured screams and tuffs of hair torn out in moments of pure hatred, litter the ground among the broken glass, your broken heart and my broken promises.
We all know breakfast is important, and we seem to care more and more about what we feed ourselves at this vital time of the day.
Ko Te Herenga Waka tō tātou marae i te whare wānanga nei. He whare wānanga i ngā kaupapa katoa o te ao e noho nei tātou, he tāhūhū kōrero anō mō ngā kōrero o nehe.
“[He] wept for the end of innocence, [and] the darkness of man’s heart.” Elliot Rodgers blamed others for his misery. He labelled it a crime that others lived a better life than him. He decided he would act out his revenge against humanity by ending the lives of six innocent people. College was where he [...]