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Australia 'The unknowing is the worst. Time doesn't exist'

08:51  11 august  2018
08:51  11 august  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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“ Time doesn ’ t exist .” In photos: 30 for 30 - Long term missing persons. “It’s time we recognise our collective responsibility. “Psychologists around the world consider ambiguous loss to be the most stressful type of grief there is, and living with it over an extended period of time is utter torment.”

If time doesn ' t exist , why do we age? if time does not exist then we do not perceive "it", instead we seem to only perceive matter moving, changing, and interating etc, and part of this matter is the protiens etc in our brains - which change to form internal images or patterns, which we typically "call"

Hirut Woldemichael is trapped in time.

a person smiling for the camera: Hirut Woldemichael just wants to know what happened to her son, Naz.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Hirut Woldemichael just wants to know what happened to her son, Naz.

In October, her son Naz will have been missing for two years, but to her it may as well have been yesterday. In almost two years nothing has changed and everything has changed.

A talented artist with a cheeky smile, the almost 20-year-old walked out of his North Hobart unit on October 9, 2016, visited a shopping centre across the river, and was never seen again.

“I want to wake up from this,” Ms Woldemichael told 9news.com.au.

“The unknowing is the worst.

“Time doesn’t exist.”

Nazrawi Samson Woldemichael came to Hobart from Kenya as a refugee.

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Hell, the landmass that we believe is there doesn ' t exist either. That 's how one theory goes anyway. It didn't seem that big of a thing to me at the time , because when you're a kid, your parents' word is gospel." This would be the Finland- doesn ' t - exist conspiracy's sermon on the mount, this

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Settling into life in Hobart he was a shy kid, but fiercely loyal to his family. His mum remembers him waking her on the weekend with coffee or breakfast before disappearing into his bedroom to paint.

“He was expressing himself through art. I always needed to ask him the meaning [of his paintings],” Ms Woldemichael said.

His art still lines the walls of her lounge room and she mines it for clues, trying to figure out why he disappeared.

a girl posing for a picture: Ms Woldemichael with one of Naz's paintings.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Ms Woldemichael with one of Naz's paintings.

In 2014, Mr Woldemichael suffered serious head injuries in a car accident. She believes it changed him and may still be affecting him.

Later, he moved out of home into Trinity Hill youth supported accommodation, on the other side of the Derwent River which snakes through Hobart, cutting it in half. She still spoke with him regularly, sometimes twice a day.

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The Cloud Of Unknowing . Current 93. Album Of Ruine or Some Blazing Starre. And too close is the famine retching road All these are ghosts There I have not understood (In the Heart of the Wood Oh there have I understood) I rested at the temple of Great Black Time - Her And did not understand

Time is created by things which can perceive the universe. It is the justification that perceptions of the universe took place in a particular sequence which Time doesn ' t exist even today, and the world still exists . What underlines life are only waves having a rhythm and force. The force brings about change

On September 22, 2016, she invited him to have dinner with her and her partner. He initially agreed but later told her he couldn’t make it. She never heard from him again.

In the almost two years since, she has travelled the country, walking through capital cities and checking in with mental health services. She shows his photo to anyone who will look.

“I don’t know where to go,” Ms Woldemichael said.

“I have done everything I can do. I have nowhere to go. As a mother, I feel like it’s my responsibility. I tried.”

a group of people wearing costumes: It's been hard for the family to celebrate Christmas since Naz (left) disappeared.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd It's been hard for the family to celebrate Christmas since Naz (left) disappeared.

Loren O’Keeffe, the founder and CEO of the Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN), has become a close friend of the family as they battle this colossal and terrible loss.

“The police are good, but this family knows our situation. They never get tired of me,” Ms Woldemichael said of the O’Keeffes.

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Time doesn ’ t exist ’. ‘ The unknowing is the worst .

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“I don’t have to explain, without even saying much they understand. Without having them I don’t know where I’d be.”

After her brother Daniel O’Keeffe went missing in 2011, Ms O’Keeffe launched the high-profile Dan Come Home campaign and two years later founded MPAN, a non-profit which works to create awareness for missing persons and offer practical support to the families left behind.

Devastatingly, five years after he disappeared, Mr O’Keeffe’s body was found under the family home. He had taken his own life.

a person standing in front of a window: Loren O'Keeffe is the founder and CEO of MPAN. She's a guiding light for loved ones of missing persons.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Loren O'Keeffe is the founder and CEO of MPAN. She's a guiding light for loved ones of missing persons.

“She is such a strong, courageous, nurturing and marvellous woman,” Ms O’Keeffe said of Ms Woldemichael.

“Hope is so precious and it's often the only thing left once a case becomes long-term, so I try my best to foster that hope for those I work with.

“I know what they’re going through, and I know how exhausting it is to maintain public awareness for a missing loved one so it’s an honour for me to have their trust to include them in our initiatives. It’s satisfying because I can imagine how helpful that would have been when we were in that position.”

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Hell, the landmass that we believe is there doesn ' t exist either. That 's how one theory goes anyway. It didn't seem that big of a thing to me at the time , because when you're a kid, your parents' word is gospel." This would be the Finland- doesn ' t - exist conspiracy's sermon on the mount, this

The argument that “the Higgs Boson existed for ages and we couldn’ t measure it ergo things can exist and be immeasurable” is not valid. The measure of somethings ability to cause change in it's environment is the only thing that indicates it's existence . If there are unmeasurables, they are not

Ms O’Keeffe understands the complex suite of emotions families endure as they battle ambiguous loss – a loss without closure or understanding. A loss that is unresolved.

“Disenfranchised grief is a very complicated, niche trauma but like anything unique there’s solace in knowing you’re not alone. And although it’s not the kind of grief that lessens over time, quite the contrary, we can get better at coping with the not knowing.

“And we will always be there to listen whenever she needs us.”

Mr Woldemichael has been featured in MPAN’s Unmissables Project which connects families of missing persons with artists and writers to create pieces that help communicate the human story – not just the statistics.

a close up of a book: The Unmissables is an art project by MPAN which aims to show the human side of missing persons.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The Unmissables is an art project by MPAN which aims to show the human side of missing persons.

Just as art was the centre of Mr Woldemichael’s universe, his family believes it could help bring him back home to theirs.

His brother Promise Tekeste is an aspiring rapper who’s been a featured artist on Triple J Unearthed. He wrote a song about his brother’s disappearance.

a man smiling for the camera: Naz (right) with his brother Promise Tekeste.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Naz (right) with his brother Promise Tekeste.

Mr Tekeste told the ABC he wrote the song as a way of “humanising” missing persons and “bringing awareness to the situation”.

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I promise, guys like that really do exist . Our fathers wake up each day and CHOOSE to love our mothers, even when they are in the worst or best of moods. When times get difficult, people tend to go to the Lord. However, He must come first in our everyday lives and in all relationships!!

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“I felt like I was actively doing something in order to bring awareness to my brother being missing and about other people missing,” he said.

“I felt like it was one of the biggest missing posters I could put out there.”

a group of people posing for the camera: Promise (right) has written a song about his brother Naz's disappearance.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Promise (right) has written a song about his brother Naz's disappearance.

Mr Woldemichael was seen walking from his Trinity Hill unit about 7.50am on October 9, 2016, after dumping his belongings in a rubbish bin. At some point that morning he crossed the Tasman Bridge back to his mother’s side of the river. He was last seen at Eastlands Shopping Centre in Rosny at 11.10am.

Finding out what he did next will be key to finding him.

Police have explored the possibility Mr Woldemichael met with foul play, or that he took his own life, but have no concrete evidence to support either theory. Investigating officer Sergeant Kim Norton said police have received all kinds of leads, many unreliable. When they got a lead that he was in Western Australia, local police were tasked with finding him – to no avail.

Constable Andrew Lockley has been the Missing Persons Coordinator at Tasmania Police for the last 12 months. He pored over the initial police investigation and is working to keep the public’s attention on the case.

“Everything was followed up. Everything we could do we did,” he told 9news.com.au.

“Somebody knows something that would advance the investigation and whether over the passage of time their view on maintaining their silence changes that would certainly help.

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The Unknowing Lyrics. Hey brother Make way for patience Or there is a chance To breath through frustration. PIck it up Fill it up Not splashing a Hey sister Have you been the drama? It becomes more severe Every time you fall from grace. A strain of history Heavy on the shoulders And the world

That comparison doesn ’ t change, whatever the speed of those energy flows. Time doesn ’ t exist because we, human beings, invented it as a measurement of events that took place in a given scenario in order for us to create what we called history on earth.

“If someone who remained silent over the last two years decided they wanted to help us we would really like to help out the Woldemichael family and get some answers for them.

“If they want to speak with us anonymously that could be done as well.”

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Ms O’Keeffe believes finding missing persons should not solely be a police task, but a community effort.

“When one person is missing, at least 12 others connected to them are directly impacted financially, emotionally and psychologically, so this issue affects far more than the 38,000 Australians reported missing every year,” she said.

“It’s time we recognise our collective responsibility.

“Psychologists around the world consider an ambiguous loss to be the most stressful type of grief there is, and living with it over an extended period of time is utter torment.”

a couple of people that are talking to each other: Naz was shy but fiercely loyal to his family.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Naz was shy but fiercely loyal to his family.

Ms Woldemichael knows the next she hears about her son may not be good news and she’s ready for it. She just wants to move forward.

“I have no idea where he is but I believe someone knows something,” she said.

“Right now we’re living in darkness.

“It doesn’t matter what information you have – good or bad – please come forward.”

Going missing is not a crime. If you have been reported missing, you can let police know you are safe and well. Your privacy will be protected.

National Missing Persons Week is held in the first week of August each year. If you have information about a missing person contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. You can remain anonymous.

Readers seeking support can contact Lifeline on 13 11 13 or beyond blue on 1300 22 4636.

*Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467.

*MensLineAustralia 1300 78 99 78.

*Multicultural Mental Health Australia www.mmha.org.au

a person standing in a room: The brother of missing Tasmanian man Nazrawi Woldemichael wrote this song about his disappearance.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The brother of missing Tasmanian man Nazrawi Woldemichael wrote this song about his disappearance.

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