Curve the Enthusiasm

To limit the spread of the Corona Virus, Canadians restricted their movements. ONE designated shopper was assigned by each household to go out ONLY for essentials. Hair and nail appointments are not essential. Gathering in bars is not essential. Political Rallies are only essential to one person; the candidate. Yes, EVERYONE wants to get outContinue reading “Curve the Enthusiasm”

Cut to the Chase

Experience is the one and only true teacher of our belief system. We may have an idea about certain things – but until we experience these things first hand, our idea of what we believe is true remains our belief. Any attempt to change another person’s beliefs will be met with resistance, reason being, mostContinue reading “Cut to the Chase”

Minnesota Burning

A knee to the neck was not the match that started the fires in Minnesota. Embers from injustice have been steadily sparking-up since the 1960’s and going as far back as the 1690’s. But a foot in the mouth during a press conference certainly fuelled the flame. We all need to stop – take aContinue reading “Minnesota Burning”

Will History Repeat Itself

Claims of ‘incredible’ dishonesty, ‘unbelievable’ voter fraud, ‘ridiculous’ scams and … the list goes on and on. These ideas [made up claims] are being spewed by a man who is the supposed leader of the free world. He sees himself as the ‘ultimate’ victim. Too bad he couldn’t see himself as a leader – afterContinue reading “Will History Repeat Itself”

Stirring the Pot

Sometimes it’s hard to be joyful when our thoughts are constantly focused on worrying. I learned an interesting approach to negative emotions years ago that is very helpful. When sad, make someone else feel happy. When hungry, feed someone else. It’s amazing how doing for others lifts you up and makes you feel better inside.Continue reading “Stirring the Pot”

Value’s Weight Varies

Liking or disliking anything [or anyone] is decided after weighing its’ value. It’s a process most often done consciously once we recognize our own personal gains or losses. This made me feel good; that made me angry; these cost too much; those are ugly. I can’t help but notice there seems to be some confusionContinue reading “Value’s Weight Varies”