If you’re reading this, you’ve won the lottery of life.
You could have been living at a time prior to the technological culture that makes this blog possible.
Or you could be living in a part of the world that still does not have access to this culture.
This culture, within two short centuries, has doubled our life spans.
Indian Embrace by Carol Dance is a fascinating exploration of the responsibilities that come with winning the lottery of life.
It’s the story of three Anglo Australians who visit India. It’s a family reunion – in more way than one. It’s a play about appreciating the connections we have with a wider humanity.
It explores how aid can help developing countries. It explores how business might do the same thing. (It doesn’t answer these questions, but it raises them. And, in an Australian play, that’s too rare.)
Yes, the play is…
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