Sometimes the paths we take are long and hard, but remember those are often the ones that lead to the most beautiful views. Have the courage to make that journey.
We save paradise by an intense education program where you get people that you can trust to talk sanely about the environment and hope that the message will get through.
When I was in high school I wish I had known that there are many ways to learn, and being at school was just one way. Often it is the lessons we learn outside the school room that are the most valuable
Throughout high school, I wish I had known the importance of noticing others and allowing their experiences to enrich my own life. Other people’s stories and experiences will inspire you to learn, to change and to evolve.
Australia must prioritise education spending. It is not a question of whether or not we have the money, it is a question of how we choose to spend it.
BRYCE, QUENTIN – recalling her graduation from the University of Queensland with degrees in arts and law
Graduation day was a milestone in the most important journey of all – to the centre of oneself.
…begun as a girl from a little country town in central western Queensland, inspired by noble ideas of justice, about fairness, about making the world a better place.
I played to win. When I was a child, my brothers and I played cowboys and Indians in the park, and I was always an Indian who got captured. That was a learning experience; they were showing me that as a woman I was going to be captured. But in a metaphorical sense, I think I did eventually become a cowboy.
We can’t act if we can’t think and, in my opinion, we can’t think if we don’t read.
The more you learn, the more you realize you need to learn.