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What Happened to “No, Thank You?”

Language is always changing. Does it reflect new attitudes or does it shape new attitudes?

It’s Daytime

The attitudes and perceptions of a child can be a powerful lesson for us all. Observe and learn.

The Canadian Way

Generally speaking Canadians are a little more laid-back than many other nationalities. Let me illustrate with an example from 2010.

Pitch Black

The material items and emotional keepsakes we collect through life hold fond memories and painful reminders of past experiences. It is all rich content that we use to make ourselves feel alive.

The One Percent Exercise Solution

Trouble exercising? Just move.

Listening to the Universe

Everyone has the little inner voice that guides us. We really should train ourselves to listen to it more.

Some Pre-Christmas 2012 Thoughts

I’m now officially in my 60’s. Though I hope to have a couple of decades to go, life can turn on a dime as I know from experience. My task now is to comfort my wife and be there for her every moment as she fights, no, conquers cancer.

Holiday Stress Relief

It’s that time of year again where we experience more socializing, family gatherings, shopping and gift giving, spending, baking and decorating. Some people love it, some people hate it.

The Human Perception and Our Well-Being

Our identity is part of what makes us who we are, and what makes us human. But negative qualities don’t have to always stay that way. Our existence and essence all is dependent on our own human perception.

Holiday Stress Relief

It’s that time of year again where we experience more socializing, family gatherings, shopping and gift giving, spending, baking and decorating. Some people love it, some people hate it.

The Human Perception and Our Well-Being

Our identity is part of what makes us who we are, and what makes us human. But negative qualities don’t have to always stay that way. Our existence and essence all is dependent on our own human perception.

Perils of Perfectionism: Part Three

In Part 1 of this series, I discussed the untimely death of Shyria Shah, the Nepali-Canadian woman who died descending Mount Everest. In Part 2, I discussed Arnold Schwarzenegger, the body-builder turned politician. He disparaged poetry in a speech inaugurating his think tank at the University of Southern California.

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