Author: najlaconneqt-com-au

Fire NSW prepared for anything

“Good morning Ma’am/Sir” “Thank you for the opportunity Ma’am/Sir” “Hope you have an enjoyable afternoon Ma’am /Sir” Did I hear right? Ma’am and Sir!  These two words are uncommon titles and definitely foreign to my ears yet it was how Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) candidates demonstrate respect. For a couple of years now I have sat as a community panel member for the NSW Permanent Firefighters interviews.  What a privilege to be part of their interview process. Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) is one of the world’s largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in...

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Women of diversity within a family of three generations

In the second wave of Lebanese migrants my mother, a young 18-year-old woman and my father found their way to Australia. With no formal education they emigrated to improve their standard of living and commence their family in a foreign land.  Our local Mosque and ethnic organisation extended their generosity and helped build our strong and internal constructs. It enabled us to live harmoniously in the early and challenging years of Multicultural Australia. One of ten children, my late mother exemplified selfless love. Her role was to serve the patriarch, as well as tend to the immediate needs of...

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