Do Unto Others As They Do Unto You?

I was watching tv about a year ago when I stumbled upon a rather comical scene in an old movie.  It caught not only my attention and ear but, it made me both chuckle and think at the same time. "Do unto others as they do unto you," a young boy said, practising what he thought... Continue Reading →

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau: A Canadian Letter On Dealing With President Trump

Dear Justin: We know that your good looks, charm and ability to awe crowds with your speeches and our money has gotten you as far as The Donald's rants and lunatic acts have gotten him but, the time has come for you to actually act like Canada's Prime Minister by standing up for Canadians with... Continue Reading →

Why You Can’t Ignore Other People’s Thinking Or Feelings Without Consequence

I recently read what one could call an "inspirational" book that had an entire chapter dedicated towards the idea of speaking one's mind in a non-confrontational way but, getting what one wants.  Within a few hours of finishing that chapter in the book, I was told about a video that contained a similar type of... Continue Reading →

A Sense of Entitlement Brings Ignorance To Developed Countries

Ignorance and a sense of entitlement. Is that what people are coming to in North America nowadays?  It's more a time of asking "what's in it for me and, how can I get it. Damn everyone and everything else!" In looking around any mall or large store, one can find it flourishing in every parking... Continue Reading →

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