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Connecting the Dots Column ... Quality of Death

We know death is inevitable. Tragedy unfolds, not with dying, but with not being prepared and more importantly, our fear of dying.

Two life endings and their funerals struck resounding contrary chords in my heart recently. 640 more words

I Am Not Haunted

By Natasha Kingston

I was 21 when I had mine.

I lost my insurance when I moved to a new job, and the Pill shot up from $15 a pack to $80. 1,380 more words

Women's Rights

Pieces of Cloth

Lately I’ve been talking about crochet but I’d like to deviate for a moment so I can weigh in on a debate that’s been raging here in Canada for some time. 588 more words

Personal Thoughts


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Mandatory Vaccinations

Mandatory Vaccines Are Coming

In regards to this issue, there are several important points that need to be made. First, we have the right to choose. 1,324 more words


Where Is Your Voice ?

When President Kalam passed away on July 27th  2015, I mourned along with the entire nation. A man of extraordinary vision,   his belief in the inter connectedness  between  freedom and self dignity / respect resonated deeply. 682 more words

Just Ramblings

Do we really have the right to choose?

‘My body, my choice,’ this rally cry of pro-choice supporters is nothing more than a fallacy, yet it is still one of the most common excuses people cite to legalize abortion, or to keep it legal in the United States. 653 more words