Threads of Unity
May 7, 2020 - 12.56 AM / Blog

When you look around, it is obvious our world is in crisis. In the western world, highways are empty and normally bustling businesses sit quiet. Grocery stores have been raided,…


Pride Proud
October 4, 2019 - 7.27 PM / Blog

I have seen parts of Pride parades in the past, but usually avoid them because I don’t like crowds. While visiting Saskatoon a few months ago, I was able to…


Gleanings from “The Secret Wisdom of Nature”
May 6, 2019 - 10.35 PM / Blog

If wolves can make a river change its course, people can make society change its course. Peter Wohlleben explains truths of nature’s interconnectedness in his book The Secret Wisdom of Nature:…


How high is your fence?
November 5, 2018 - 7.47 PM / Blog

Years ago, because I had no money, I got my wife a dog from the animal shelter for Christmas. It was probably the most expensive and emotionally draining present she…


A little bit about self-empathy
October 19, 2018 - 11.32 PM / Blog

Self-empathy isn’t a term you come across a whole lot. Most of the time we consider empathy as something we extend to others. We empathize when we attempt to step…


Hum along with me
October 5, 2018 - 6.05 PM / Blog

A few years ago, I began writing a book to make use of my newfound retirement schedule and creativity. The writing spawned an idea, which evolved into a purpose and…


Rewriting the story of stranger danger
December 15, 2017 - 12.05 AM / Blog

There is a trend that is spreading around the world. But unlike man buns and $6 coffees, this trend is producing a truly positive sociological effect. Ok, ok…. man buns…


The human desire paradox
November 16, 2017 - 6.31 PM / Blog

One of my mentors shared this short, animated film with me about the detriments of materialism:  He presented the notion that materialism leads to violence. It was easy to see…


The grey fringes of social responsibility
November 5, 2017 - 4.36 PM / Blog

Today, on my brisk lunch-time walk, I came across a person sleeping on the sidewalk. I was on my way to a store to look at wallpaper and paint for…


The not so absolute truth about Netflix
October 6, 2017 - 9.21 PM / Blog

Urban Dictionary defines television as “The electronic form of the plague. The truth is that since Netflix arrived, I love television. I love it. The plague has gotten to me….


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