hirquitalliency


Young human being making her way through life.

I wear Fezes now. Fezes are cool.

"People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff." - The Doctor

Sophia. 20 something, German and Dutch heritage, but grew up in Australia for more than 18 years of my 20 something years of life. I'm an arts/economics student, majoring in awesome majors.

Music. Nonviolence. Love. Compassion. Photography. Volunteering. Social Justice.


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#australia

I’m heading to Canberra on the End Poverty Roadtrip in September. Along the way, I’ll join 1000 young Australian’s hitting the streets to take action. 
In Canberra, we’ll meet MPs to discuss tax injustice and foreign aid, as well as hearing from incredible speakers. Are you going to stand with 1000 of us who believe we can end extreme poverty? Sign up to the Roadtrip here!

I’m heading to Canberra on the End Poverty Roadtrip in September. Along the way, I’ll join 1000 young Australian’s hitting the streets to take action. 

In Canberra, we’ll meet MPs to discuss tax injustice and foreign aid, as well as hearing from incredible speakers. Are you going to stand with 1000 of us who believe we can end extreme poverty? Sign up to the Roadtrip here!

khudgarz-parinda:

it gives me hope that there are Australians out there who truly believe that seeking asylum is not illegal.

http://sorryasylumseekers.com/

And I am very truly sorry that politicians of my country think that seeking asylum is illegal and are mistreating asylum seekers. I cant believe I am saying this but I am ashamed of being called an Australian atm. But we have the power to vote and we will vote for your rights and we won’t stop until you are given proper treatment and refuge in this welcoming country. #notinmyname

I too am truly sorry that politicians of my country think that seeking asylum is illegal and are mistreating asylum seekers.

Australia | Gyroscope

This song means a lot to me. This song, (basically the whole album) was sometimes the only thing that could minimise (or get rid off for a time being) my homesickness for the beach, for the Australian nature, for the Australian culture, for my family, when I was living overseas for 1.5 years.

I can safely say we feel as safe as we 
Lest we forget those who die, I never will
Such a perfect island, tucked away in the sea
The real land of the free, do you hear me

It’s a long way home my crooked friend
But I do appreciate the time we spent
It’s a long, long way back home.
Such a long, long way back home.


There are times where my English fails me, and all I can do is yell at my screen in German. 
I will not repeat what I yelled, but to say I’m angry and disappointed is an understatement.
Right now, I’m ashamed to call myself Australian. 

There are times where my English fails me, and all I can do is yell at my screen in German. 


I will not repeat what I yelled, but to say I’m angry and disappointed is an understatement.


Right now, I’m ashamed to call myself Australian.