The US terrorist attacks have brought the age-old complaint against God to everybody’s lips: how could he allow such a thing to happen if he is good and omnipotent? Here are some brief ideas on how you can respond.
As a proud didgeridoo player, I am keenly aware of the attraction of pagan worship forms.
There is nothing quite like sitting peacefully in the bush blowing intensly down a long hollowed log. The earthy sound of the didg, combined with the backup vocals of the kookuburras, and the hyperventilation of circular breathing, creates a kind of spiritual experience in a matter of minutes. It is no wonder Aborigines traditionally believe that the didgeridoo is a religious instrument; that it rouses the spirit world.