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Tuesday, June 27, 2006


Andrew Mitchell

"Treading Lightly" is (I think) the name of a book to be released by Karl-Erik Sveiby (one of the founding father's of KM) that is the story of how one group of aboriginals lived in a sustainable way. Any relationship?

Karl-Erik Sveiby

Yes, Treading Lightly is indeed the title of a book published by Allen & Unwin June 2006 and it is also the title of a song inspired by the Mission of the ancient Nhunggabarra people.
The book is authored by myself and Tex Skuthorpe, a Nhunggabarra man, painter and custodian of the Law stories, which feature as the main source.
You may read about it and listen to the song here: http://www.treadinglightly.sveiby.com

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