Om Australia Day, what can Americans learn from Aussies?
“Whenever Americans learn that I come from “the Land Down Under,” they mention Crocodile Dundee, kangaroos, koalas, surfing and throwing “another shrimp on the barbie.”
“But there is much more than just kangaroos and koalas when it comes to the Aussie way of life, something that is enjoyed by 22 million people spread across 3 million square miles.
Day – January 26th – the day my country commemorates the establishment of the first settlement in 1788 at Port Jackson (which is now part of Sydney) Aussies take time to celebrate our unique spirit and culture. Here are my observations about some of the lessons my adopted country the United States
of America could learn from Australia.
Read the full article by Patrick Wanis PhD on FOXNEWS.com: