We can look to the diversity of nature where the dragonfly lives in balance with the butterfly, in which we learn how to live in balance with each other. As the honey bee collects pollen from the flower for further expansion, we learn that every choice we make can effect others around us and teach us to make better choices to live in harmony together. Nature does not dwell on the past but lives strong today to create more growth for tomorrow, therefore if we remember the past but work together today toward an all inclusive future where we respect and recognise the beauty of our diversity we discover that we are all connected.
The gold pattern in the background represents the rich Indigenous history that weaves throughout this great land of ours. The intense colours of the insects and flowers represent the bright outlook of today, while the fluro blue outlines represents the vibrancy of future prospects by working together.
Created for Wesley Mission QLD for their Reconciliation Action Plan