Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Healing Power of Nature

  Fear of a dystopian future? There’s plenty of that around. It isn’t helping that I’m currently reading Dan brown’s new book, “Inferno,” which is really based on the fact that with a population nearing 8 billion people, the earth … Continue reading

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Live as Though

  I forgot who said it, but I know the quote: “Live as though you wer going to die tomorrow – or as though ¬†you will live forever.” I thought about that as I walked with Abby in the park … Continue reading

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Post Election Thoughts

  Like so many people, my immediate thought when I tuned in to election last results last night was disbelief. And yes, the media today is wondering more about “How did the pollsters get it so wrong” than it is … Continue reading

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Democracy

  And Leonard Cohen wrote: And I’m neither left or right I’m just staying home tonight, getting lost in that hopeless little screen. But I’m stubborn as those garbage bags that Time cannot decay, I’m junk but I’m still holding … Continue reading

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Stand or sit?

  The adage goes like this: “pick your fights.” Then, of course, you have to think – well, what should I choose to fight for or stand for and where am I willing to compromise? It’s a good question. I … Continue reading

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Voting Green

  I am voting Green. I have made that committment. I am voting Green more because of what I stand for than what I am against. Certainly, the fact that the BC Liberals are gung-ho on resource extraction plays a … Continue reading

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The need for vacations

  Today I’ve been busier than I have been all week – and not so much in the writing but in getting appointments set up and doing research. I have a lot of things on the go right now for … Continue reading

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