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To drink, or not to drink, is that the only question?

During my growing up days practically all my relatives were total abstainers. There was an uncle out in B.C. who was probably an alcoholic, according to my Dad’s tales. 645 more words

Faith And Life

Can Increasing Inequality Be a Steady State?

The equity of people is a basic tenet of all major, world-wide faith groups.

In the United Church of Canada, a Christian denomination, all of God’s children are welcome at the communion table. 249 more words

Christian Faith

Love Letters to Malaysia Airlines

I wrote these words some time ago (http://luggagelady.net/2012/12/16/we-are-one/) but reposted the piece on my facebook page after last week’s heartbreaking airline tragedy. What happened from there was magical. 89 more words

Artists 4 Peace

Personal Post #8 Not Giving In To Anger & Learning To Forgive

We all get angry and we all become upset. Wether it is by our own actions or someone else’s, anger in the modern times seems to be on a continuous rise. 376 more words

IDad Life

Compassion Saves the Day!

Instinct.

I don’t know why I second guess her instinct.  Maybe one day I’ll learn.

We arrived in Manhattan early.  We dropped Mom off so she could get to her appointment.   1,269 more words

Cowden Syndrome

100 Days of Happiness: Day 10

Dog rescue! It is my passion, my calling in life. I’ve always known that I a) wanted to work with animals, b) wanted to change the world to be a better place, and c) make a living by society’s standards in a form that makes me happy by my own standards. 324 more words