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Thoughts on a Wet Monday

It’s disturbing and distressing to discover that most of us have been unaware of the catalogue of evil being perpetrated by those whom we have mistakenly believed to be pillars of the society in which we live. 342 more words

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Who am I and Why am I Here?

Blogging 101:

Assignment 1: Who am I and why am I here?

Wow, talk about throwing us in at the deep-end. These are big philosophical questions that I have struggled with for most of my life. 1,464 more words

Blogging 101

Celebrate the Dalai Lama's Birthday by Taking Action to Help the People of Tibet

Today is the Dalai Lama’s birthday, at least according the Gregorian calendar, though his birthday according to the Tibetan lunar calendar was June 22nd which is when it was celebrated in Tibet even though the celebration of his birthday is banned by the Chinese authorities who have occupied the country since 1950. 994 more words

Human Rights

Crisis in Saskatchewan

A pair of massive wild fires has created a crisis in North Saskatchewan.  The province’s largest First Nations community is in a state of crisis. 501 more words

Society

MV Seaman Guard Ohio Crew to stand trial in India after 625 days in detention

Press statement – The Mission to Seafarers

5 July 2015 for immediate release global

MV Seaman Guard Ohio Crew to stand trial in India after 625 days in detention… 680 more words

Press Release

What's missing in the Dementia Friends campaigns?

Almost daily I read or hear about another Dementia Friends or Dementia Friendly Communities campaign.

Groups of people working in the sector, getting excited about what they might be able to achieve, how they might be able to improve the lives of people with dementia and our families and support us better to live well, and to live in our communities for longer. 638 more words

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