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summer eve city walk

we walked along green grass on this lovely balmy evening

and came to a long strip of shops and … manholes!

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Snakes and ladders

So who holds the ladders when these get painted -

Stories, Not People

“The human world is made of stories, not people. The people the stories use to tell themselves are not to be blamed”

~  David Mitchell, Ghostwritten…

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“We ought to view ourselves with the same curiosity and openness with which we study a tree, the sky or a thought, because we too are linked to the entire universe.”

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toronto emerges

Spending many days beside the Gibraltar Point lighthouse has got me thinking about the deep roots of Toronto’s colonial history.

The lighthouse was built in 1808, and is the oldest stone building in Toronto. 176 more words


anti-GMO map

ASEED is an activist organization based in Amsterdam that targets the structural causes of environmental destruction and social injustice.

Much of their work in the Netherlands focuses on food security, and the averse effects of the industrialization of the food system. 94 more words



You think you’re just going about your daily life in Southtown; you’re just wandering around in the heat, breathing in the humid air, walking your dogs, admiring the newly-exploded crepe myrtles on every block, until you round the corner and stop in the presence of a new mural at the corner taco joint, a reminder to keep creating, to keep seeing, to keep life as colorful as the Torres family keeps their beloved Taco Haven.