In the past few years Australia has faced one of its darkest moment in economy. The ten years mining boom busted leaving trails of destructions along its previously glorious paths. Businesses succumbed to the crisis, closing their doors, loosing millions in the process. The trickle down effects continued for years affecting even those mom and pop businesses around the corner.
Gloom and doom is the mood.
Unemployment is on the verge of a dangerous level. Government is scrambling to control its finance, trying to off-load some of them onto the tax payers. The strengths of dominance from large conglomerates keep the cost of living at unsustainably high level.
Has the long search for wealth completed its journey? Is there anything left to find? It is a moment of despair, yet opportunities are abound for those lucky enough to have left-over resources. Those with resources are feeding on the battlefield. The wounded and dying have given up. The rich gets richer and the poor gets poorer.
The lucky country is not so lucky anymore.
Should we give up?
Do we have the strengths to carry on?
These questions mark the beginning of another journey. It is through adversity a person grows stronger as those who tried to kill him has failed. The survival alone is enough testimony to the strengths required to carry on.
It is only at the bottom of the pit that we have the moment to find the strengths to carry on.
While opportunities have dried up for most people, those who survive are sitting in a pool of hidden gems. The dust has not settled yet but the smell of money is permeating the air. The call of money is echoed through the regions. Those who are brave enough will stand up and dust off their gears.
They are ready for the next challenge.
They are ready to answer the call from a busted region not yet finish with its blessings.