El seismo – Ayax letra

Ayax letras
Video seismo Minerva quiero cumplir contigo me enerva
no ser más sabio más humilde
sabes que no es sencillo si todos los días son grises
quiero que me avises cuando llegue a mi sumum
que queden las mejores letras que haya en mi baul
esa es mi actitud de que todo es mejorable
mi mayor cruz mi virtud mas notable
hable de lo que hable se me atora el coraloca
échame un cable y no me mires más la copa
quiero una botella fumarme unas esporas
enemigas las horas
lo que me llaman vicio no lo sé ni yo ni ella
solo una mujer me va a dejar huella
cenizas de Pompeya
y un impertinente víctima de su soberbia
aprieta los dientes siempre que veo que llega
solo mirar sus ojos me da ansiedad
pruebas de verdad que te pone la vida
es el caminante y no la sombra el que camina
fue la alfombra no Aladdin el que salvó a Jazmina
quiero que me digas cuántas veces has huído
en qué frecuencia aumentaron tus latidos primooo.
la calle, maldita calle, la calle
dame un trujo hermano voy de lujo ni te rayes
miserables, ser feliz imposible, nacer terrible
la muerte amigable versuri-lyrics.info
voy a envenarme castigarme deslucirme
dejan joven tabar dedicarme revivirme
mira cuando pase ponte firme no me llores
más firme que un fibrel delante de Sofia Loren
brother mie estamos en apuros
soy un niño de Pink Floyd que ha pasado el muro
me torturaste ayer ahora es mío el futuro
ahhh eso te acojona, a mí me sabe a gloria
Marty McFly sin Doc ni Delorian. Letra Ayax – El seismo
Con una producción de Gabriel Escobar
Es la mente, la que tira la piedra no la mano
la hoguera no quema brujas si no la prende el humano
chavales de after con caras largas
con un cristal que hace amar cuando lengua amarga
una vida próspera y fructífera yo espero pero
compro papeletas para ir al matadero
debo estar cambiando yo así no soy
el psiquiatra dice que estoy madurando y ya no voy
nena te conozco mejor a ti que a mí mismo
tú eras el tranquilo en el pal yo el seismo
nada es como antes yo siempre me mojo
me criaste con cuervos yo te saque los ..

Cate palme mi a dat viata – Nicolae Guta versuri

Versuri Nicolae Guta – Cate palme mi a dat viata
Cate palme mi a dat viata, am tacut si am rabdat
Si de fiecare data am luat-o de la cap
Cand la altii era soare la mine era doar nori
Dar eu stiu o vorba mare, orice nor e calator. Din orice samanta creste o floare si sub piatra dac-o pui
Tot asa si omul ajunge mare cand crede in steaua lui
Numai soarta omului alege sa fii print sau cersetor
Cand nu te astepti ea te ridica, sus ca vulturu’ in zbor.
Din orice samanta creste o floare si sub piatra dac-o pui
Tot asa si omul ajunge mare cand crede in steaua lui
Numai soarta omului alege sa fii print sau cersetor
Cand nu te astepti ea te ridica, sus ca vulturu’ in zbor. Au fost zile cand in viata nu-mi-era bine deloc
Aveam la inima gheata cand altii stateau pe foc
Abia numar pe o mana cei care m-au ajutat
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Dar poate-s mai multi de-o mie acei care m-au tradat. Versuri Nicolae Guta
Video viata Din orice samanta creste o floare si sub piatra dac-o pui
Tot asa si omul ajunge mare cand crede in steaua lui
Numai soarta omului alege sa fii print sau cersetor
Cand nu te astepti ea te ridica, sus ca vulturu’ in zborrr.

Loyalty – Kendrick Lamar feat. Rihanna lyrics

I said I’m geeked and I’m fired up (fired, fire)
All I want tonight is just to get high up (yeah)
(All I want is, all I want is). Kung Fu Kenny now
My resume is real enough for two millenniums
A better way to make a wave, stop defendin’ them
I meditate and moderate all of my wins again
I’m hangin’ on the fence again
I’m always on your mind
I put my lyric and my lifeline on the line
And ain’t no limit when I might shine, might grind
You rollin’ with it at the right time, right now
(Only for the dollar sign). Bad gyal RiRi now
Swerve, swerve, swerve, swerve, deeper now
On your pulse like a CDM
Gas in the b*tch like it’s premium
Haul a*s on a b*tch all in the fast lane
Been a bad b*tch way before any cash came
I’m established
Hundred carats on my name
Run the atlas, I’m a natural, I’m alright. Lyrics Kendrick Lamar – Loyalty
I said I’m geeked and I’m fired up (fired, fire)
All I want tonight is just to get high up (high, high, high)
Girl, you look so good, it’s to die for (die for)
Oohhh, that p*ssy good, it’s to die for (on fire).(loyalty)
It’s a secret society
All we ask is trust
(All we ask is trust)
All we got is us
Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty
Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty. I’m a savage, I’m a asshole, I’m a king
Shimmy-yeah, shimmy-yeah, shimmy-yeah, rock (yeah)
You can tell your nigga he can meet me outside (yeah)
You can babysit him when I leave him outside
Ain’t no other love like the one I know
I done been down so long I slowed
I done came down so hard I slowed
I don’t sleep forever, all a real nigga want.
Anybody you would die for? Anybody you would slide for? Is it weed? Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy
Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy
10-4, no switchin’ sides
Feel somethin’ wrong
You actin’ shifty, you don’t ride
With me no more, I need
Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy
Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy. Kendrick Lamar lyrics
Video Kendrick Lamar I said, tell me who you loyal to
Is it anybody that you would lie for? I said I’m geeked and I’m fired up (fired, fire)
All I want tonight is just to get high up
(All I want is, all I want is). Do it end with your family and friends? It’s so hard to be humble
It’s so hard to be
Lord knows I’m tryin’
Lord knows I’m dyin’, babyyy. Or you’re loyal to yourself in advance? Tell me who you loyal to
Is it money? Is it comin’ down with the loud pipes and the rain? Is it unconditional when the ‘Rari don’t start? Is it drink? That’s what God for. Big chillin’, only for the power in your name
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Is it love for the streets when the lights get dark? Tell me when your loyalty is comin’ from the heart. Tell me who you loyal to
Do it start with your woman or your man? Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty
Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty
10-4, no switchin’ sides
Feel somethin’ wrong
You actin’ shifty, you don’t ride
With me no more, I need
Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy
Loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy, loyaltyyy. Is it fame?

Sober – Lorde lyrics

King and Queen of the weekends
Ain’t a pill that could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Stupid games of the weekends
We pretend that we just don’t care
But we care
(But what will we do when we’re sober?)
When you dream of the fever
Bet you wish you could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Lyrics Lorde – Sober
Limelight
Lose my mind
Limelight
Lose my mind
Limelight
Lose my mind
Limelight.(sober)
Oh god I’m clean out of air in my lungs
It’s all gone
Played it so nonchalant
This time we dance with the truth
Move along with the truth
Ooh versuri-lyrics.info
We’re sleeping through all the days
I’m acting like I don’t see every
Ribbon you used to tie yourself to me
But my hips have missed your hips
So let’s get to know the kicks
Will you sway with me? When you dream of the fever
Bet you wish you could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Go astray with me? Ah haa.
Go with the feeling
Temptation, it’s chilling
You know that it’s over
In the morning, you’ll be dancing with all the heartache
And treason, the fantasies of leaving
But we know when it’s over
In the morning, you’ll be dancing with us
Oh, dancing with us, oh, dancing with us
(Can you feel it, can you, can you)
Dancing with us, us
But what will we do when we’re sober? Oh God I’m closing my teeth
Around this liquorware
Limelight lose my mind
I know you’re feeling it too
Can we keep up with the rules
Ah ahhhh
Their bodies all through my house
I know this story by heart
Jack and Jill got fucked up and possessive
When we get down
But my hips have missed your hips
So let’s get to know the kicks
Will you sway with me? When you dream of the fever
Bet you wish you could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Lorde lyrics
Video Lorde Ah ha. King and Queen of the weekends
Ain’t a pill that could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Stupid games of the weekends
We pretend that we just don’t care
But we care
(But what will we do when we’re sober?)
When you dream of the fever
Bet you wish you could touch our rush
But what will we do when we’re sober? Go astray with me? When you get to my high
When you get to myyy.

Prisoners in Qld training assistance dogs is ‘win-win’ says service provider

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It’s definitely a win-win,” Ms McAlister said.”They have their general obedience and they’re trained for public access work and then they’re trained to be task-specific to whatever will help make the child more independent.”We have our autism assist dogs which are trained to disrupt meltdowns, to track the children if they’re missing, to act as an anchor if the child is going to be tethered to the dog.”We also teach the dogs some cool tricks which helps children with their social skills.”Smart Pups also trains dogs for diabetics and mobility assistance and seizure response dogs which can alert of a seizure about 10 minutes before it happens.”We’ve also placed a dog with a returned veteran with post traumatic stress disorder,” she said.Helping to meet increasing demand Ms McAlister said it cost up to $30,000 to buy, train and place a dog, depending on the complexity of tasks required and Smart Pups does not receive government funding.In 2016, 25 dogs were placed with families around Australia, but in 2017 that was expected to increase to 35. (Supplied: Smart Pups)
News of the dogs being sent to their new families has been satisfying for the prisoners.”One prisoner, a middle aged father, said he would love to think that a similar program would be available to benefit one of his children if ever they needed it.”Another prisoner is considering studying to be a veterinary nurse or pursuing another occupation that involves caring for animals when released from the centre.”Challenges of institutional lifeMs McAlister said training a dog inside an institutional facility brought challenges.”The dogs aren’t let out until later in the day so we have to train the dogs to pee on artificial grass in the prison’s bathrooms,” she said.”They’re not actually let out until about 8.30 in the morning and it’s too long for the dogs not to be able to go to the bathroom.”The dogs, when we bring them out, they’re really keen when they see long-bearded, tattooed-type men.”They wag their tails and they’re buddies, so they’re really relaxed around men.”Another of our challenges is that prisoners go from the [residence] to parole so we lose some of our trainers sometimes but the dogs are good at adjusting and going to new trainers, [although] it means we have to work with new trainers and start from the beginning.”Now that Hank and Hope have moved onto their new life, four puppies remain in training at the Maryborough Correctional Centre.Ms McAlister said two will graduate in June and another two later in the year while there are hopes more will follow in their ‘pawsteps’ given the success of the program.”We’ve really enjoyed working with the guys in there,” she said, adding that she would like to see it rolled out in other Queensland prisons. Photo:
Hank and Hope are the first assistance dogs to graduate from their training at the Maryborough Correctional Centre. Inmate guidelines for puppy training:Prisoner makes a written applicationPrisoner’s behaviour and commitment to work and study are taken into accountThere must not have been any recent breaches of prison rulesPrisoner must be employed in the centre and continue that workTraining the dogs is voluntarySOURCE: Queensland Corrective Services
“We’ve got about 60 families that are waiting and we get more applicants every week,” she said.Two of those families have been on the waiting list for two years are about to receive their new additions — Hank and Hope.Ms McAlister said the dogs would each be sent to homes with children on the autism spectrum.Hank has been sent to his family, while Hope will arrive at her new home in coming weeks.”Hope is helping a little girl who’s also in a wheelchair,” Ms McAlister said.”[She] will help in a lot of ways like taking off shoes, taking off a jacket, opening doors, turning on lights so she has quite a lot of tasks.”The guys [inmates] really enjoy doing the training and tell me they feel valued doing something useful back into the community.”Improving self-esteemA spokesman for Queensland Corrective Services agreed that the program has had a positive impact on the prisoners involved.”The general benefits include better communication, improved self-esteem and greater empathy,” the spokesman said.”It is hoped these traits will benefit the prisoners when they transition back into the community.”

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Smart Pups video It would appear to be the most unlikely source of dog trainers but a pilot program in Queensland has had overwhelming success with inmates training special needs assistance dogs.Dogs Hank and Hope were the first of six graduates from the pilot program at the Maryborough Correctional Centre, about 250kms north of Brisbane.The pair arrived at the centre in May last year where they were trained by carefully selected prisoners in the facility’s residence area, not the high security section.Prisoners teach pups to work with special needs childrenOver 10 months, the prisoners taught the dogs complex tasks including wheelchair work, opening doors, picking up dropped items and turning on lights, all to prepare them for life with a special needs child.CEO of Sunshine Coast-based Smart Pups, Patricia McAlister, said the pilot program had been very successful as the increasing demand for trained dogs was “huge” and outweighed the number of assistance dogs available. (Supplied: Smart Pups)
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She said it took hundreds of hours to train the dogs, and the inmates had the time to spend on training the more complex tasks.Ms McAlister said the inmate program could help the group tackle its ever-growing waiting list.
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The Smart Pups pilot program has improved prisoners’ communication, empathy and self-esteem says QCS. (Supplied: Queensland Corrective Services)

Collinsville couple turn passion for plants into caring for injured kangaroos

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Abby the wallaroo pokes her head out of Carol Cosentino’s arms.
What started as a passion for plants 21 years ago has evolved into a North Queensland wildlife rehabilitation centre, which has helped hundreds of animals.Carol and Vince Cosentino run Wurra Yumba kangaroo house, on their double block on a suburban street just outside Collinsville.The rescue centre started as an accident when neighbours, aware of Ms Cosentino’s fondness for nature, started bringing her injured birds.”Originally I was the mad gardener and then people started bringing me [orphaned] baby birds and it grew from there,” she said.”Because I like to be empathetic towards my plants and trees, I just tuned that empathy onto the birds and had a good success rate.”When I saw the need for our local wildlife that were being injured and orphaned by human contact I realised that they needed our help, and they just took over our lives.”

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They have cared for hundreds of injured and orphaned animals over 21 years. [The mother] had been decapitated.”She was so appreciative to have a nice warm bag and nice drink of milk when she got here and she’s been very loving and affectionate ever since.”

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Carol and Vince Cosentino care for up to 20 kangaroos at a time. (ABC News: Sophie Meixner)
Sharing a property with up to 20 kangaroosFor 21 years the Cosentinos have rescued hundreds of kangaroos, wallabies, and wallaroos that have been injured or orphaned, usually in road accidents.With some of them arriving at the centre still with their eyes closed and weighing as little as 140 grams, the couple nurses the animals back to health.At any point the couple can share their property with up to 20 marsupials, as well as birds, snakes, and other wildlife.Ms Cosentino knows the back story of every furry patient that is admitted to Wurra Yumba.Abby, a wallaroo that has been at the centre for a year, will soon outgrow her temporary home.”She was hiding in her mother’s pouch on the road to Bowen for two days before someone checked the pouch and found her,” Ms Cosentino said.”She wasn’t injured but she was pretty dehydrated and very frightened.”She was very fortunate that the person went to move the dead mother off the road. (ABC News: Sophie Meixner)
Bittersweet to see animals released into the wildThe animals are all eventually released into the wild, initially onto a neighbour’s property far away from the road.Mrs Cosentino said it was bittersweet to see her charges move on.”My yard here, my double block, is not big enough to keep them into maturity, and also too when they get really big, their hormones kick in and they can become quite a handful, so they’re better off with their own kind,” she said.”It’s not fair to put them in such a small area, because the minute you put them out in an open space their strides just lengthen and when you see them going out for a mad gallop in the yard, it’s that joie de vivre, and you feel like you’re not being fair to them.”Plus by releasing them we’re giving our yard a chance to recover for grass and make room for new babies that really need our care.”The kangaroo house has a small cabin where visitors and tourists can stay for free in exchange for their help with the animals.”[The tourists] get a lot of pleasure out of helping, especially with the babies,” Ms Cosentino said.”They get very attached to them, and usually when they leave, they’re crying and sticking joeys down their shirt.”

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It is “bittersweet” when a patient is released into the wild. (ABC News: Sophie Meixner)
Always drive with animals in mindMs Cosentino said the reason so many injured animals were admitted to Wurra Yumba was that people did not drive with wildlife in mind.”When you drive … knowing that an animal will hop out, you change the way you drive, your speed and how you observe and also what you do,” she said.”People think they’re such good drivers, that they can can swerve around and miss them, but that’s a fallacy because kangaroos can change direction in mid-air.”The best thing to do if you see a kangaroo up in front is to slow down and sometimes stop.”She said if people saw a dead female kangaroo on the side of the road they should always check her pouch.”It’s amazing how many babies can be rescued that way and then keep them warm and get them to the nearest carer so they can get the specialised care,” she said.
Dusty the kangaroo loves life on the farm

A life entwined: Identical twins from one to 100

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Elise said the initial shock came when her sister first told her she was dating someone special. As we delve into the lives of three sets of identical twins, we discover one common thread — their bond for each other.Preston and NashIt was at a friend’s baby shower when Mount Gambier’s Amanda Davis noticed signs of a strong connection between her 13-month-old identical twin boys. “You can answer questions about genetic and environmental causes of health and wellbeing in a much more efficient way.”Formerly the Australian Twin Registry, Professor Hopper said the 37,000 twin pairs on the books of Twin Research Australia generously donated their time to be studied and questioned about their lives in the name of medical research. Photo:
Same tartan frock but different colours. Emily got engaged in October last year and next January, Elise will be matron of honour as her sister gets married. Just a handful of family members can tell the twins apart. “Can you feel each other’s pain?” is a common query. (ABC South East SA: Kate Hill)
Preston and Nash were delivered by emergency caesarean section in February last year — 10 weeks before their due date — and were rushed to Flinders Medical Centre neonatal unit for specialist care.It was a happy, yet bittersweet, time for parents Amanda and Craig.Three years earlier, the Mount Gambier couple had said a heartbreaking farewell to identical twins, Lila and Harper, born prematurely at 20 weeks. Nash has eczema, while Preston does not.Preston is chattier than his brother, while Nash is the first to burst into tears. “I often heard them say ‘You can’t get between us and the two husbands never tried’,” Kerry said.The duo finish each other’s sentences, they like and dislike the same things, have the same taste in clothes, and share an oftentimes dark sense of humour. “Then I thought, ‘Oh, I have to meet this guy and make sure he’s good enough for her’,” she said. “Twins put a magnifying glass on what it is to be human,” said Professor John Hopper, director of Twin Research Australia. (Supplied: Elise Fantin)
“We have a saying: ‘The world is right again when we’re back together’,” Emily Fantin said.”I can go out and do my own thing and have my own friends but when I am with Emily, it just feels right,” Elise Fantin added.”You have someone who completely understands you and has all those shared experiences.”Growing up in Adelaide, the twin sisters did everything together. (Supplied: Kerry Woods)
Their husbands, who died in 1996 and 2011, are buried in the same cemetery but in different sections and Mollie and Trudy’s final resting places has become a subject for debate.”Mollie has a spot reserved next to Wally’s ashes, but Trudy’s husband Reg’s ashes are in a commemorative WWII wall,” Kerry said.”Trudy has always said ‘There’s no spot for me, where will I go?'” In their later years, illness divided the pair.When she was 52, Mollie was in a serious car accident and the injuries left her with arthritis.Trudy had breast cancer at the age of 84 and had a mastectomy.The sisters now live two hours apart, but Kerry drives Trudy to see her beloved sister every few weeks.The bond is so strong, a mere look or a raised eyebrow speaks volumes, but their differences balance them, Kerry believes.A bottle of red wine often comes out when the sisters get together and there are still laughs when the nursing staff slip up and mistake Mollie for Trudy or vice versa.”They just love being together,” Kerry said.”My mother just comes alive when Trudy is there. It’s an enormous cost-saving enterprise, which takes medical research forward,” he said.Elise and Emily

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“We just understand each other.” Identical twins Elise and Emily Fantin. Everyone says they sound the same and look the same,” Kerry said.The sisters both worked as magazine fashion illustrators, loved to draw and paint and got married in the same Liverpool church in the same wedding dress. Indeed, the 100-year-old pair — believed to be among Australia’s oldest identical twins — say “We feel like one person”.Unbelievably, the New South Wales sisters only found out this year that they are actually identical. Like a baby looks for Mum and Dad, they look for each other.”

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Out and about in their pram, the cheeky twin boys are a beacon for strangers. Cuddled and adored by friends on separate sides of the room, the brothers only had eyes for each other. Nash, born one minute ahead of Preston, is always a week or two ahead of his brother, the first to have his oxygen removed, the first to sit and crawl. It doesn’t mean they are identical in everything.”Mollie and Trudy

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Mollie and Trudy out and about shopping. They played netball on the same team, learnt to drive together and even got jobs at the same bakery. Sadly, the babies died minutes after their birth.The odds of having two sets of identical twins in one family is around 1 in 300,000. Photo:
“They look for each other.” Identical twins Nash and Preston at home in Mount Gambier (ABC South East SA: Kate Hill )
The power of two Although the Davis brothers are barely past their first birthday, they are already in hot demand for studies by universities and fertility clinics.Both identical and fraternal twins are considered a valuable resource to scientists and medical researchers, their ‘power of two’ leading to ground-breaking insights and major findings into epilepsy, smoking and breast cancer. It’s really nice to see.”

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A glass of red wine and a feature in Womens Weekly (Supplied: Kerry Woods) Elise and Emily Fantin as children. “People always think they are the same, but they are completely different people,” Ms Davis said. “If she gets hurt, it’s not like I get a reciprocal sensation, but you have a feeling and you just know.”Enter a major shift in the twins’ lives — a man. “The word identical is a problem because it means genetically identical. At the end of school, the sisters went their separate ways for the first time, heading to different university campuses to study different courses.”It was the first time I was just Elise and Emily was just Emily,” Elise said.Although Elise now lives in Hobart and Emily calls Canberra home, the sisters make time for each other, acting as twin travel buddies on overseas trips and always, always spend their birthday together.Although both sisters say it would be nice to walk down the street together unnoticed, they are used to curious and sometimes invasive questioning from complete strangers. Genetic testing revealed the twins have identical DNA. “I’ve learned to share her,” Elise laughed.”I’ll always be her twin and we’ll always have that close bond.”Fractured twin relationships Professor Hopper said articles and media dwelling on the special bond between twins often leaves those twin pairs who do not share such a close relationship feeling left out.During his 30 years of studying twin pairs, one of his favourite lines of questioning is how they coped with being a twin and the answer may surprise many.”They’re always referred to as ‘the twins’, not as an individual and that is a big issue for twins,” he said.”One twin wrote to us and said ‘Can you please take my name off the registry’ because every time I get a letter from you, I’m reminded of her.”We often see the twins who like each other, but there are twins out there for whom being a twin is a problem.” Like all relationships, Professor Hopper said the twin relationship changed at different stages of life. “It is probably the nation’s largest volunteer resource. Both sets of twins, and the Davis’s two-year-old daughter Violet, were conceived through IVF. (Supplied: Kerry Woods)
“We are as strong as concrete,” declares Trudy Hammond, when asked about her relationship with identical twin sister Mollie Woods. “To his credit, early on he figured out that if he wanted a future with Emily, he needed to understand our relationship.”Both her husband and her twin will be important parts of her life, Emily said, but both agree that one day their lives will bring them back together. When the Davises head down Mount Gambier’s main street with their enormous twin pram, delighted strangers make a beeline for the baby brothers.”I usually can’t get from the car into the shops without someone stopping me and saying ‘Oh, you’ve got your hands full’ or ‘double trouble’.” Although the focus is always on their physical similarities, to Amanda and Craig Davis the boys are two individuals with deeply different personalities. (Supplied: Elise Fantin)
Elise says the best explanation is that she gets a “gut feeling” when Emily needs her. Identical twins are a source of fascination to many people and account for around 1 in 500 births in Australia. “They both howled,” Ms Davis said.”They were looking for each other. But the test results just confirmed what the pair already knew in their hearts, Mollie’s daughter Kerry Woods said.”My sisters and I have always said we have two mothers. Photo:
Twin sisters Mollie and Trudy as young women.
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Identical twins Preston and Nash were born ten weeks prematurely. (ABC South East SA: Kate Hill )

Soccer helping new arrivals feel welcome in Adelaide

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George Duodu from Ghana is now a skilled member of a Port Adelaide competition team. The program is a collaboration between Uniting Church Wesley at Port Adelaide and the group Life Without Barriers and has been providing support since last year.Once a week, the boys develop their soccer skills and make connections with each other and support organisations.Adelaide United players Marcelo Carrusca and Iacopo La Rocca joined the latest training session.Midfielder Carrusca said he was reminded of his own good fortune when he heard the boys’ stories, including some tales about refugee camps.He said soccer was a way to help teach life skills, such as working hard and making sacrifices.”We learn to respect each other, to work together — in life it’s the same, we have to work together for a good cause, we have to help each other,” he said.Carrusca was impressed with some of the skills displayed at training.”A couple of the guys played really well, they play in the local league here and have a good future if they work hard they can become professional players,” he said. (ABC News)
Travis Omach has come from war-torn Sudan and is enjoying life in Australia.”There was war, not enough food, no lights and we just used candles sometimes, when there was money to buy them,” he said.”Life wasn’t really that great, it was so difficult.”Every day I would go to get food for my little sister, I would go to the beach to catch fish and cook it and then walk half an hour to get water.”He said boys there were forced into the military, but Australian life was a stark contrast, leaving him wide-eyed but feeling guilty about the harsh life for his friends back home.”I want to go back someday, open up a business and be the same as everyone else,” he said.”I don’t like to see myself happy and there are people out there dying.”He said the community football program had given him great enjoyment.”It’s just great, you meet new people and make them feel welcome,” he said.The program has grown from about a dozen young players to supporting about 200, with the organisers supplying the boys with some food and drinks and ensuring they have bus fares for the trip home. Soccer is helping boys, many of them new arrivals from Afghanistan, Syria, Iran and Africa, with their social, physical and mental wellbeing as they build new lives in Adelaide.
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The boys got some tuition from professionals from the Adelaide United club. (ABC News: Sowaibah Hanifie)