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  • I grew up witnessing the destruction of probably the most harmonic, psychic and magnanimous culture on this planet but didn't fully comprehend the whys of the many facets of everything before me, until I was much older. I knew things were not right! Bit by bit I collated what I’d witnessed and learned. By witnessing First Australian culture I discovered what I feel is the key to real social harmony. My name is Wie. In French it sounds like ‘oui’. Mr Yes. In Dutch it apparently can mean ‘who’ or ‘how’. Dr Who? In German it definitely means ‘how’. Mr How? I’m not sure. What I am sure about is that greater self-efficacies give rise to greater harmony and greater self-efficacies are developed through accessing the full range of sense-abilities which help to develop appropriate world views of the Nature of Existence and the Human Condition in the first place. And all of that was what the First Australians understood - in the first place! What a travesty that their high-level humanity was trampled.

    While the individual and group conditions vary so much, we are, as humans, linked by the greatest of things that you can keep and give away at the same time. Love. The kids get it! So the Good-Way Ant is here to let them know they can keep it, share it, enjoy it. We are universal citizens, same but different.
    We are.
    Together. On this planet.

    Not sure what self-efficacy is? Well then, you’d better follow the Good-Way Ant. After a while he might ask, “What did you come here for? To this planet? For a hard time or a good time? I’m gonna have a good time! Wanna come?” The first title introduces the character through his adventure as a young fella where he discovers what the good way is. He is then on the path of being a story teller and sage who goes on to deliver the following stories in the series. Some with him included, some as an observer, and some with him simply giving his fun-packed zany self-expressed scientific explanation that the kids do get! Wait till you hear the audio versions! Three of the stories, including the first introductory title, came off the top of my head whilst endeavouring to cover focus-child issues in the day care centre where I worked. Some of the older kids worked out the difference between my stories and the books on the shelf. And then they didn't want the books on the shelf any more. As well as a Certificate 3 in Early Childcare I have an Associate Diploma in Environmental Biology. Do I use these bits of paper? Nup. Though I am a tour guide in Kakadu and Western Arnhem Land where I deliver Cultural and Heritage tours on behalf of Kakadu Cultural Tours, a commercial arm of a local Indigenous Association. I present a considerable focus on the traditional social psychology system of the synchronous thinking and co-petitive First Australians and I encourage people to feel. It is about conscious living, and why conscious living societies have smiling happy kids through to smiling happy elders. I am an ambassador of good will. I suppose you've guessed by now, I am the Good-Way Ant. So when do you want me to come over for a reading? Now? No worries mate! See you soon!

    PIC: Self portrait - cover illustration for first in series title 'The Good-Way Ant', Balanced Education Series - Natural Law Never Changes. Never too young to hear the words. Never too old to read the story.

    PS: Can you imagine me doing this in front of a corporate group? I can!

    Children look up and copy what they see. Little Ant looks up and he looks within. Then he shares this guidance.
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