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Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli Author and Senior Lecturer in Social Diversity, Health and Education School of Health and Social Development Deakin University, Melbourne Australia
You must unlearn all the things that confine you to a mediocre life. We are fed false information by the institutions, media, people and the world around us about what is possible for us. May these quotes inspire you to unlearn the wrong things so that you may live your dreams.
88. 8775 We should teach our children nothing which they shall ever need to unlearn we should strive to transmit to them the best possessions, and the truest thought, the noblest sentiments. Felix Adler 8776
“In A Life of Unlearning, hope is found through being honest and truthful and learning what it means to live a life of integrity rather than pretending to keep up an illusion of holy living, according to the demands and expectations of many church-going folk. I can hardly recommend this book too highly enough. It’s superb. If you allow the honesty of the author to challenge you, it will change your life for the better.”
66. 8775 Hope on. Journey on. Honestly acknowledge your questions and your concerns, but first and forever fan the flame of your faith because all things are possible to them that believe. 8776 Jeffrey R Holland
EXODUS TO NOWHERE The quest to cure queers There is a commonly held belief that gay conversion programs began in the United States. This is not true. Four years before Exodus was founded, in 6977, in Sydney Australia, Anthony Venn-Brown was in a residential program to change his sexual orientation. Working on his current book 96 . 98