Gung-ho is an English term, and it has the current meaning of "enthusiastic" or "overzealous". It is said to have originated from the Chinese short-form of what were known in the 1930s as "Chinese Industrial Cooperatives", i.e. 工合, the Chinese acronym of 工業合作社.
There is an Aussie saying - "I don't care whether you're black, white or brindle" it indicates that we have arrived at the heart and soul of a matter. 
I don't care whether you're black, white or brindle is a language device used to describe how the ordinary distinctions - are needless, useless, unnecessary and unhelpful - for we have arrived at Common ground, Solid Ground, Higher Ground, even Sacred Ground.
As a croc disappears into the river some times for months, even an entire year, we too need time out to renew and refresh the spirit.  Avoid burnout and stay strong through grief, trauma and crisis.  Self-time is vital!    









Mission & Vision - An Artists Narrative 




  The title Peace Room, comes from Barbara Marx Hubbards speech at the Deomcratic Convention in her nomination for vice president of the United States in 1984. 

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