We discuss the future with Indigenous Australian Elder, Elder Dr Noel Nannup who shares some of his personal stories and gives insight into the spirits, the culture and the ceremony that he has been part of over his life. He also shares advice for young people living in today's seemingly confusing world.
We discuss the future of genetics and how our DNA may be used to make life better for humanity. Dr Kyle Yau is a genetic researcher specialising in human inherited diseases.
We discuss deontological (act) and teleological (outcome) ethics, utilitarianism, cultural relativism and sift our way through the words to find some grounding as to the background forces defining the bads and the goods of today.
We discuss the cultural and spiritual shift that migration lends, the permanent scars that are left, the radical change and the connection to past self. Bella Ndayikeze is a young woman from Burundi, an AFL coach, a youth worker and a Western Australian young leader.
We discuss Bahá'í ideas of unity and service leading to conversations about the self and what it means to be reflective of ones self. We move into concepts of actions of service and how our different ways of judgement can relate to a god. Mei Swan Lim is an artist and musician from Perth, WA. You can find her music here: https://meisaraswati.bandcamp.com/.
We discuss and define art (loosely) and dive into finding who holds power to change society using these tools and if it is within ourselves as the makers of meaning with our ideas of creativity and reality.
We discuss the concept of eternal life while conscious, the afterlife and the metaphor of rebirth of the self.