This is a kōrero for anyone thinking about going into the UN; may it leave you richer in thought than clearer in your direction.
Someone will be the reason you keep going, and you will be the reason someone else keeps going.
How can we play our part in caring for the taiao? With our mind and with our mahi.
An articulation of what is so deeply felt by those who inhabit the realities of both the indigenous and colonial.
Struggling to get through your uni trimester/semester/season of life? Here's some things I've learnt that help me to finish strong.
This post is a tribute to a friend who's no longer here. And so, I wanted to talk with you about something could've made all the difference in his situation; words and their impact.
Culminating many experiences, this piece describes 10 things I wish my friends knew about being Māori that aren't often talked about.
- Thought in lyric // whakaaro auaha -
He whakaaro auaha tēnei e pā ana ki te āhuatanga o ngā haerenga kia whai whakaaro, kia whai wheako i te ao nei e huri tonu ana.
Have you ever wondered what nature and its species thinks of us?
He kākano tātau i ruia mai i Rangiātea.
He haka mō te rangatahi, kia akiaki tātou, kia whakahoki mahara ki te mana i tuku iho rā hei tiketike mō ō tātau mahunga.
A poem about humanity's desire for progress.
This poem is tribute to a friend who's no longer here.