2012 Michael Leunig Age or SMH Calendar New

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Description

These delightful 2012 Michael Leunig annual calendars are available with either the Melbourne Age or Sydney Morning Herald banners.

Both issues are in perfect mint condition and there is one from each publisher.

Some people prefer collecting the Victorian version from The Age whilst others are Sydney Morning Herald purists.

The 2012 version is getting very hard to acquire so for collectors this opportunity should not be ignored.

Your 2012 calendar is reusable in:
2040, 2068, 2096, and 2108.

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Design

Soft cover with a different cartoon for each of the 12 months.

Full colour plates

29.7cm x 21cm (when closed)

Full colour – the pictures form part of the description for this article

ISBN 0610696076694

History

Quotes by Michael Leunig.

“We struggle, we grow weary, we grow tired. We are exhausted, we are distressed, we despair. We give up, we fall down, we let go. We cry, we are empty, we grown calm. We are ready. We wait quietly.

A small shy truth arrives. Arrives from without and within. Arrives and is born. Simple, steady, clear. Like a mirror, like a bell, like a flame. Like rain in summer. A precious truth arrives and is born within us. Within our emptiness.

We accept it, we observe it, we absorb it. We surrender to our bare truth. We are nourished, we are changed. We are blessed. We rise up. For this we give thanks.  – Michael Leunig

“Happiness is just a little thing;
Humans mostly are too large for it.
If you cannot feel the joy of spring
Shrink yourself and maybe then you’ll fit.”
– Michael Leunig

“Sometimes I wonder if the semi-conscious agenda of the media is to get between people and their souls. It is the the soul with its myriad tiny nerve endings that notices the neglected

pathos, poignancy and practicality that lies at the heart of life. It’s as if the media are somehow irritated and envious that anonymous people should have the quiet brilliance of their rich and sustainable inner lives…”  – Michael Leunig

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