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The Courage to Live

   Do you have the courage to live? It does take courage to survive, to find the light of hope to live through to the next day. I’m talking about the courage to live the life of... 



Film Review: Chemerical

“Chemerical” – film by Andrew Nisker. Chemerical was one of the most interesting documentaries I have seen in a long time. What made this film so powerful, was the... 



Book Review:Awakening to the Spirit World: The Shamanic Path of Direct Revelation

by Sandra Ingerman & Hank Wesselman Sounds True, ISBN 978-1-59179-750-0 Sandra Ingerman is widely acclaimed for bringing ancient cross-cultural healing methods into modern culture.... 



Moving Beyond Fear

One of the most difficult things about being in relationships that are closer in nature is that we can get triggered. Our “buttons” get pushed. “You pissed me off when you didn’t... 



Deconstructing Dinner: The Fight to Save Canada’s Rehabilitative Prison Farms

In an attempt to defend their decision to close Canada’s prison farm program, motives among Canada’s Conservative government have become quite curious   “Over the last five years,... 



There’s Purpose & Then There’s Purpose

At some point in our lives, we reflect on what our purpose might be. If we haven’t done that before we hit our mid-life crisis, it most certainly will be part of our process then.... 



Goals versus Intentions

Recently a friend, who is also a yoga teacher in training and mid-stream in cancer treatment, shared her intentions with me. A few days later she remarked that since the road to hell... 



Nature Taught Me Respect

It’s hard to live in Canada’s oldest National Park for five years and not fall in love with nature. Banff taught me about respect for myself and the planet. We need to preserve... 



Humanity Man

Well, hello there, dear reader, I’m so glad you chose to join us again.   How did the last lesson go? For those of you who are new to this column or suffer from short-term memory... 



Fruits of Our Labours

People will travel far and wide to taste the many wines of the world, but we just have to travel through the sliding door to taste the wines of the backyard.   Over the past three... 



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