Missed

When you are an orphan

You have no one to miss you

Mim x

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Mysteriously beautiful, A little Naughty Your greatest nightmare Or to loyal Will you ever know What is behind those eyes Take your chance Promise, you will never know What you missed

 

 

FUTURE 

Consistency. What does this word really mean in life? What are the only constant things in life?

Many people will say “change”; sure, what else?

To me, consistency is my identity or in simple words, my name; the only consistency among all the other inconsistencies that I’ll go through in life. Everything in us changes, it doesn’t matter if we want those changes or not. It comes naturally in the different stages of life and we hardly notice it. That’s some smart trick life knows how to play really well. But the only thing that remains with you is your name. It sticks to you forever even after you die (in some cases people change their names too. So that is going to be an exception).

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Why am I talking about my name today? Because I want to share with you the philosophy that connects my life and my name in a very weird way. Sometimes when I’m alone at home doing nothing, I think of very stupid stuff like “what if the sky was green” or “what if the world was actually black and white”. I like to make my own answers to these questions, even if they are horribly wrong and very stupid.

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Coming back to my name, many people ask me what my name means. Most of the time, this is the first question that I get asked when I’m socializing with someone. Whenever I get asked this question, it reminds me of somebody who meant a lot to me because we connected through this question; but that person is no more in my life for many obvious reasons; but we will talk about that some other time.

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My name is a never-ending path that is guarded by tall leafy trees on both sides. I find it a very strong coincidence that my name is what defines my life. The trees being my confidence and faith that protects my belief and the nt at all proud when I say this but in a very young age I really have witnessed situations and circumstances that most of the people of my age has not, yet. I had to take very difficult and ugly turns because I had no choice. Few incidents are the reason I’m saying all this today is because I want to make a point. The last three years of my life has been terrible and there were moments when I decided that this was the limit and I’m gonna give up, whatever happens let it happen. But today when I look back, I feel that was wrong in so many ways. If I really did give up that moment, I would not have been writing this now. It would not have been possible to share my experience with you guys. I did not give up but just like my name, I kept on walking on  the never ending road of life and I haven’t yet stopped. And you must never stop either.

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Why is it important to keep on moving forward? Very simple logic. When we start climbing a mountain, the view that we get to see from the bottom ain’t that thrilling. But as we keep on moving up, the view around us keeps on getting prettier. The more high we go, the more beautiful everything seems. Same with the road of life. You will never know what beautiful destinations are awaiting you until you keep on moving ahead. In life, whatever situation you’re in, good or bad, you’ll always have two options in your hand. To stay there and to move ahead. Now, there are few moments where you need to stay for a while to inhale the essence of the moment, but you must also know how long you need to stay because you have to walk ahead anyway. Learn to keep a hold on time.

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So that was my life’s connection with my name which is an exact replica of myself.

Now it is your turn.Take some time and think about the ways that connects your life with your name. I’m sure you’ll find out because the only consistency that you’ll ever have is your name and your life in itself.

One day I said to my Father
Where do you think I came from
He gazed into my eyes towering over me
He was an awesome sight with his olive skin and blue eyes
Dad smiled that lopsided look, when he was going to try to make something up.
As a kid you know those kinds of look when he was trapped
“Well, girlie.I was walking through the orchard when all
The flowers were smiling
There was a Fairy flying in and out the blossom smiling at me
Just the same way you smile and laugh.
Fairy landed on my palm of my hand.
That was when you came into the world
With the most beautiful blue eyes and 4 teeth “
Mmmmmm…
Believe or not I believed that story until I was 19 years old
The rest of that story is one of my secrets
Mim x

DAMAGED

We pray for a United world with tolerance

Understanding among all humans

We pray for an end to all Wars

The aleviation of suffering 

The healing of sexual abuse

An end to the subjugation of women

The abolition of animal crulety 

We shall respect and honour the earth and mankind

We pray for global awakening of HUMANITY

VICTORY for the forces of Light

The fulfillment of the Divine Plan

May peace follow you wherever you venture

May the sunlight shine on you ALL THE DAYS OF YOUR LIFE

MIM 

TEARS

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You’re not going that way
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Freedom has no chains
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Run and dance in the rain
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Save your soul for you never allow any one to steal your heart
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Respect is earned not deserved
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Those who have given their all never regret falling in love
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When the person you says ” Sorry I don’t have time” walk away don’t look back you are unique and your story hasn’t started yet.

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CUT DIAMOND

Fall in love, let it be to a friend.
Someone who can see all the joy and the laughter you have and just by who they are, help you to find that place within you. Life is too short to live unloved. But you have to be strong so find someone who you can live without but you can’t resist.
Someone who sees all the pain and the scars and your darkness but can stand with you in midst of a storm. Darkness comes from you or him or just from the heartache and unanswered questions of the world so find a man who can overcome his own darkness and hold you when you need to be held.
Find a man who can forgive because he’s made his own mistakes but who’s not afraid to say he’s sorry.  Cherish him only if he drives you pursue greater heights, he makes you crazy, and he ignites all of your passion.
Let your love be a river, steady and calm yet still raging and deep. Then you’ll have found a love that holds true when it breaks upon the rocks, that carries you when you jump from its heights, and that sustains you through your soul . Mim x

Cut Diamond is dedicated to my man

“how many roads does a young man have to travel on before he finds his way to discover how unquestionably unique he is “

Mim x

Peter Hollingworth was Governor-General until it was proven that he protected a paedophile priest. The time has come for him to lose his pension of over $600,000 per year !

FORMER Australian Governor-General Dr Peter Hollingworth should be stripped of his $600,000 a year entitlement after it was found he protected paedophiles during his time as Anglican Archbishop

We at FACAA are once again echoing calls made by Hetty Johnston and Bravehearts, this time we are joining them in calling for Peter Hollingworth to lose his pension, we would like to see him pay back the funds he has received thus far too, but hey we know that will never happen.

Dr Hollingworth was appointed Governor-General in 2001, but he resigned in 2003 in utter disgrace ! after an inquiry found he allowed a paedophile priest to continue working until retirement. This enquiry was spearheaded by friends of FACAA Hetty Johnston and Amanda Gearing.

The 83-year-old gave evidence to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in 2016, which included an apology to an abuse victim. Dr Hollingworth issued a statement through his lawyer Bill Doogue on Wednesday, saying reports police were reviewing allegations were surprising given the allegations “had been the subject of four inquiries in the past 15 years”.

“None of those inquiries suggested he had committed any offence,” Mr Doogue said in a statement.

“These inquiries included the royal commission which examined the issues at length.

“Dr Hollingworth says he is aware that some of his opponents have been making complaints to police for some time but he had never been approached or interviewed by police.”

Funny thing, Peter Hollingworth apologised for his part in hiding the paedophile priest but then said that none of the inquires suggested he committed any offence ??Mate you have admitted committing an offence, you do know that hiding child rapists from justice is an offence, right ?

This seems amazingly arrogant, to apologise for committing a crime then say, but no one has ever found I’ve committed a crime… you know, except you… But then again I’d be arrogant too if I worked for 2 years and was given a lifetime pension of over half a million dollars per year.

Yes you read that correctly, the age of entitlement is over for everyone except the ex-governor general apparently. He works for just 2 years and gets an annual pension of $357,732, as well as a Commonwealth-funded office and staff in the prestigious 101 Collins St building in Melbourne’s CBD.

Documents provided under Freedom of Information show that in 2015-16, Dr Hollingworth spent more than $275,000 on office and travel expenses, on top of his pension for that year of $328,000. In the six years between 2010 and 2016, his office and travel expenses alone totalled almost $1.5 million.

This is a man who by his own admission allowed a child rapist to keep working until he retired !

Give FACAA just 1 year of his pension and we will take a huge chunk out of child abuse !

We have to ask….Why does he get any tax payer funded pension ?

He admitted that he knowingly allowed a child rapist to continue working with children, for that ….
HE SHOULD BE ARRESTED !

Philip Wilson was convicted, Peter Hollingworth can and should be too !

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Scope Of Psychology

Scope Of Psychology
From the definition of psychology now it might be clear to you that psychology addresses a variety of issues related to the mental and behavioural functioning of an individual. Such a study helps us to develop a basic understanding of human nature and facilitates us to deal with some personal and social problems.

The study of human beings starts with the functioning of biological systems especially the nervous system. Under jumpy central system psychology studies the functions of various parts of the brain which regulate our feelings, emotions and thinking. Within the autonomic nervous system, the role of hormones and neurotransmitters in determining our behaviour is essential. Also psychology studies as to how a given socio-cultural environment interacts with natural biological, intellectual and social attributes of the child and facilitates the healthy development of the child.

As a living organism, you encounter a lot of sensory input every moment. Your task is not only to process that information but to store and retrieve it when it is required to be used. Attention and perception help to process information. Memory helps us to register, retain and retrieve data, and thinking provides us with the ability to manipulate and improve the stored data. Within psychology, all these are studied in the domain of higher mental processes or cognition.

In your life, you must have come across many persons who have reached the highest level of accomplishment. But such a feat is not attained at once; it is the result of continuous learning in which the individual acquires the necessary skills and competencies through regular practice. Psychology helps us to understand the processes involved in reaching this high level of accomplishment.

To understand the purpose behind any behaviour psychologists uses the concept of motivation. It primarily focuses on the investment of mental energy and consistency of effort towards achieving the set goals. The various shades of feelings such as anger, fear, love, joy, and sadness which we experience during our life are studied within the realm of emotion.

You will certainly agree that no two individuals are the same regarding their physical attributes such as height, weight, skin colour or facial features as well as psychological traits such as intelligence, personality, temperament and interest. An understanding of these and other aspects of individual differences facilitates the psychologist to select the right person for the right job and to provide guidance and counselling for various matters of personal as well as professional concern. The understanding of individual differences also helps the psychologist to differentiate between normative (customary, accepted) and abnormal (deviant, unusual) behaviours.

Thus psychology as a discipline has a vast scope. It not only studies human beings across the lifespan but also tries to explore mental processes and potentials to facilitate achieving a better quality of life.

(SOUTHAMPTON, U.K.) Court Report: A sex offender who claims to be transgender has been jailed for 11 years a fter pretending to be a boy to try and groom a girl as Jacinta Brooks, 41, he asked a 12-year-old girl to se nd indecent pictures of herself – the third time she/he is known to have targeted children after he had previously been released in 2003 for similar offences and is a danger to children #AceNewsDesk reports

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Mathew Reale , PURE EVIL

Mathew Reale, former Catholic school teacher has been given at least 2 years behind bars for possession of 35,000 images and 2600 videos of child exploitation.

Unlike his mate Ben McCormack, at least he’s going behind bars, I guess. Maybe that’s one positive we can take from this considering 2 years minimum, 4 years maximum isn’t exactly an appropriate sentence for assisting in the destruction of potentially every child in those 37,600 images….. that’s a lhelluva lot of young lives…..

No, a maximum of 4 years behind bars for that much child exploitation material, plus being the chat buddy of “Proud pedo” Ben McCormack and talking about raping babies. It just shows how our legal system really doesn’t value the lives of children and definitely doesn’t understand or rate the level of damage done by those predators who choose to view these images.

Without consumers there would be no product, no need for children to be exploited and sexually abused for the entertainment of these scumbags who try to convince us they are harming no one. The fact is children all around the world are photographed and videoed being sexually and physically abused for the entertainment of predators like Mathew Reale. There is most definitely a victim in this crime, there are many thousands and thousands of children being abused to keep consumers like Reale satisfied.
When you realise that…..there really ceases to be much of a positive in this sentence at all !

Mathew Paul Reale, 30, pleaded guilty to 12 charges including producing, possessing and distributing child exploitation material, and using electronic communication to expose a child to indecent matter.

Reale, whose offending spanned from June 2015 to February 2017, ….at this point in the report the major news outlets all went into some rant about how hard it was for Reale growing up in a sexually oppressive Catholic household blah blah blah! For some inexplicable reason it seems like they want us to almost feel sorry for this abhorrent scum. Why do they do this ? I couldn’t care less about how hard it was for him growing up, Imagine growing up as one of the thousands of children whose childhoods he helped destroy by downloading images and videos of them being horrendously abused !

Reale also sent a photograph of one of his students to a man online, describing him as his favourite, but his lawyer Abigail Rogers said he had no sexual interest in his students and never intended to act on his fantasies. Well if only we all could be as sure of Reales intentions towards his students. Sorry Ms Rogers but we don’t have the faith in him that you seem to have and we certainly wouldn’t risk a child’s life by ever letting him teach again.

Some material showed sadism, bondage and bestiality, with one distressed child wearing a dog collar while being sexually abused. Judge Glancy said Reale’s offending was prolific and at the higher end of the scale of seriousness, describing the child exploitation material as vile and abhorrent.

She said his communication with other men encouraged them to offend against children.
“The degree of perversion … is very high,” Judge Glancy said.
“These were not victimless crimes.
“The harm done to these children is incalculable.”

These are the judge’s comments, and yet the major papers still insisted on trying to make us feel sorry for Reale and his upbringing.

Reale must serve at least two years behind bars before he can be eligible for parole. Other predators caught in this ring included disgraced A Current Affair reporter Ben McCormack, who pleaded guilty in Sydney to two counts of using a carriage service to transmit, publish or promote child pornography. He was sentenced last year to a $1000, three-year good behaviour bond. Leon Mario Berger pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography and was sentenced this year to 10 months imprisonment.

All the pain these monsters caused and wanted to cause and still together all 3 of them received a MAXIMUM of 58 months behind bars in total.

And this lot are on the high end of offending, that’s how much our legal system values the lives of children. All those innocent kids being horrendously abused, photographed and videoed for their pleasure…

Remember without a consumer, a viewer of these images and videos, there would be no industry of children being sexually and physically abused for their entertainment and this is the punishment we dole out…..Absolutely pathetic sentences.

Mathew Reale, as glad as we are that you are now behind bars where you belong, we sincerely wish it was for a LOT longer !

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One of the sources for this post we used was http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-21/catholic-school-teacher-mathew-reale-sentenced-on-child-porn/10288024

Steven Peet has had 6 years added to his sentence for the  brutal murder of Adeline Wilson-Rigney, her  daughter Amber Rose and son Korey Lee Mitchell, aged 6 and 5

Steven Peet has had 6 years added to his sentence for the brutal murder of Adeline Wilson-Rigney, her daughter Amber Rose and son Korey Lee Mitchell, aged 6 and 5

More great news ! it would seem the system is finally starting to take crimes against children seriously, though we still have a long way to go.

Yesterday QLD Attornry-General Yvette D’Ath announced she had lodged an appeal on the sentence given to William O’Sullivan for the manslaughter of Mason Jet Lee, this followed the news that Steven Peet who horrifically murdered his then girlfriend Adeline Wilson-Rigney and her 2 innocent children Amber Rose and Korey Lee Mitchell has had another 6 years added to his non-parole period.

The best part was that Steven Peet was already sentenced to life behind bars with a 30 year non-parole period and the South Australian Director of Public Prosecutions still agreed it was manifestly inadequate, and the court of criminal appeal also agreed and gave him another 6 years behind bars !

Maybe we are beginning to see a shift in attitudes, maybe our message is getting out there….. We’d really like to hope so 😊

We would like to thank Chief Justice Chris Kourakis and Justices Sam Doyle and Martin Hinton for standing up for the children and increasing Steven Peet’s sentence.

We would also like to acknowledge little Amber and Korey’s grandparents Steven Egberts and Janet Wells who have fought hard to have this sentence increased and to bring attention to the lack of justice for the children. Mr Egberts stated he still believes the sentence is inadequate and not in line with what the community expects. His family believe Peet should not be released from prison and considering the fact Peet murdered 2 irreplaceable innocent children and their mother, we totally agree with him.

A child’s life should be valued by our legal system and the purposeful taking of that life should result in a mandatory minimum sentence of life behind bars. Life meaning LIFE.

We all remember the family of Hemi Goodwin-Burke and their fight to have the ridiculously light sentence, given to Hemi’s killer, appealed. It is infuriating to know what that beautiful little boy suffered before finally succumbing to the horrific injuries inflicted upon him and to know his killer could be free very soon.

We can only hope this case being successfully appealed and little Mason’s killer’s sentence being appealed will lead to Justice for Hemi and for every other child whose life was stolen from them.

FACAA will keep fighting to change the social attitudes and the laws that allow judges to hand out these disgustingly low sentences to child abusers and child killers. We will keep writing the posts based on the recent news events and we will get the posters shared across social media. This IS having an affect and people’s eyes are being opened to the reality of the child abuse situation in Australia. Child abuse is happening on every street, in every suburb, of every city, in every state of Australia and every country in our world. The sooner people realise this is affecting them, their friends and family, the sooner they will join the fight to end it once and for all.

Rest in peace Adeline Wilson-Rigney, her daughter Amber Rose and son Korey Lee Mitchell. We hope the fact that the pathetic coward who murdered you all will serve even longer behind bars and will not be eligible for parole until he is 68 years old, brings you some sort of peace.
Fly high precious little ones.

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A man who brutally murdered his partner and her two children at Hillier, north of Adelaide, has had his non-parole period increased by six years after the Court of Criminal Appeal found his original sentence was “manifestly inadequate”.
Steven Graham Peet was originally sentenced to life in prison with a non-parole period of 30 years for murdering his girlfriend Adeline Wilson-Rigney, her six-year-old daughter Amber Rose and five-year-old son Korey Lee Mitchell in 2016.
The court had previously heard all three victims had been strangled with cable ties and Peet had also attacked his girlfriend with a crowbar and tied up both children before killing them.
The Director of Public Prosecutions appealed against the sentence, arguing it was “manifestly inadequate”.
The Court of Criminal Appeal has now granted the appeal and fixed a new non-parole period of 36 years which was backdated to May 2016 when Peet was taken into custody.
The court, comprised of the Chief Justice Chris Kourakis and Justices Sam Doyle and Martin Hinton, found that the offending was too serious to warrant a non-parole period of 30 years.
“The children would quickly have realised the peril they were in. It must have been terrifying for them,” they said.
“They should have been able to look to the respondent for care and nurturing.
“The sentencing judge described the acts of killing the children as extremely reprehensible. Respectfully, he was right, but such words barely betray the repulsion the community feels when very young lives are taken.”
Sentence still not enough: grandfather
The children’s grandfather, Steven Egberts, said his family were struggling with the sentence and believed Peet should not be released from prison.

A man who brutally murdered his partner and her two children at Hillier, north of Adelaide, has had his non-parole period increased by six years after the Court of Criminal Appeal found his original sentence was “manifestly inadequate”.
Steven Graham Peet was originally sentenced to life in prison with a non-parole period of 30 years for murdering his girlfriend Adeline Wilson-Rigney, her six-year-old daughter Amber Rose and five-year-old son Korey Lee Mitchell in 2016.
The court had previously heard all three victims had been strangled with cable ties and Peet had also attacked his girlfriend with a crowbar and tied up both children before killing them.
The Director of Public Prosecutions appealed against the sentence, arguing it was “manifestly inadequate”.
The Court of Criminal Appeal has now granted the appeal and fixed a new non-parole period of 36 years which was backdated to May 2016 when Peet was taken into custody.
The court, comprised of the Chief Justice Chris Kourakis and Justices Sam Doyle and Martin Hinton, found that the offending was too serious to warrant a non-parole period of 30 years.
“The children would quickly have realised the peril they were in. It must have been terrifying for them,” they said.
“They should have been able to look to the respondent for care and nurturing.
“The sentencing judge described the acts of killing the children as extremely reprehensible. Respectfully, he was right, but such words barely betray the repulsion the community feels when very young lives are taken.”

The children’s grandfather, Steven Egberts, said his family were struggling with the sentence and believed Peet should not be released from prison.

“I think we were always going to feel let down. We don’t feel the sentence is appropriate. We don’t think that our justice system is in line with what public opinion is,” Mr Egberts said.
“I still find the sentence manifestly inadequate.
“I don’t think this is enough for what he did to those small children.”
He said he still had many questions about the involvement of child protection authorities and what others did or didn’t do for his grandchildren, and hoped a future coronial inquest would help provide some answers.
“We have all the hate in the world for Peet but there were people that left those children down there too and never did a thing to help them,” he said.

The court found the higher non-parole period was necessary to reflect the gravity of the crimes.
“A just sentence must accord due recognition to the human dignity of the victim of domestic violence and the legitimate interest of the general community in the denunciation and punishment of a brutal, alcohol-fuelled destruction of a woman by

“A failure on the part of the state to mete out a just punishment of violent offending may be seen as a failure by the state to vindicate the human dignity of the victim; and to impose a lesser punishment by reason of the identity of the victim is to create a group of second-class citizens, a state of affairs entirely at odds with the fundamental idea of equality before the law.
“A just sentence in the present case must accord due recognition to the human dignity of three victims.”
The judges said the loss was magnified when children were victims.
“The younger and more innocent the child the more the murderer repulses us as a community and the more grave or heinous the act of murder because of the value we place on life.
“Then there is the loss felt by the family. Here the family must deal with the loss of three of its members. That loss is similarly inestimable.

“The meaning that Ms Wilson-Rigney with all her faults and her two children brought to their family and the loss now felt deeply and enduringly, as is evident from the victim impact statements, must also be reflected in the non-parole period fixed.
“Bearing in mind the yardstick that the mandatory minimum non-parole period represents, we agree with the Director that the non-parole period imposed is manifestly inadequate.”
They said the murder of Ms Wilson-Rigney might have merited a starting point of 33 years.
The court found that “the only possible mitigatory factor is the degree of dissociation the respondent suffered” which it concluded was “not significantly mitigatory”.
The judges found an appropriate starting point of 39 years was appropriate but allowed a discount for Peet’s guilty pleas.
Peet will be eligible for parole when he is about 68 years old.

Do you know where these kids are ?

Do you know where these kids are ?

Remember we don’t know the story here we just know the federal police have enough concern for them to share their pictures and ask for information.

Parental kidnap by either gender is not ok, unless in the case of abuse, children deserve to know both of their parents.

We hope they are found safe and sound quickly

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