Let us pray for the war torn people. The stumbling, wondering pain that is theirs. Not to God, but to humanity, for their suffering calamity. Not for blind faith and notions but outside emotions. For their suffering is our suffering. Their crying is our sobbing. And their aching may be our tomorrow. (c) Jenna Austin
Jenna Austin has a deep empathy for other people's struggles, and for all those involved in war. She believes that she, like many of us, is a light bearer, and that the world is becoming a better place, despite all the forecasted doom and gloom.
Currently, Jenna is studying Sociology part-time at Launceston University, as well as doing a short course in Community Services at TAFE. Her partner, Hugo, is an agricultural scientist, and their son, Hugo, is two.
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