If what you do compromises your core beliefs, you will never feel fulfilled and you will eventually have a crisis of conscience.
Archives for September 2010
Imagine that some wish-granting genie has stepped out of your dreams and into your living room, where you’ve been reading about famous and accomplished people while the TV bleats on in the background. “I’ve come to grant you a wish,” the genie says. “You can go back to any previous point in your life and […]
It is often heard from Buddhist teachers that this life is nothing more than a dream and awakening, no different in either case. Having studied lucid dreaming in a dedicated way for about two years Rick Bateman would have to agree. So if we can become lucid in our dreams, can we awaken to the dream of so-called real life?
The ongoing story of a girl and her van on an epic journey across Canada. Whoops. Where has the time gone? Here I thought that I’d be all good and post regularly and then, BAM! Days and days (and DAYS) go by and I give you nothing. You have my deepest apologies, interweb. Apparently I […]
What’s the weather doing in your part of the world today? Rain, drought, cold, heat, winds? Unexpected sunshine? In the absence of weather, small talk would be severely compromised. “It’s another day, isn’t it?” the neighbor would say. “Yep, sure is a day,” we would reply. Farmers would have nothing to complain about except, of […]
From Canada to the Southern States, from Big Sugar to Grady, Gordie Johnson has created a unique sound transcends borders and inspires his fans and other musicians alike.
Ali Dubrow ponders the difference between blogging and writing and ends up blogging when she wants to be writing…or is that writing when she wants to be blogging?
Indifference? Pack Mentality? Stupidity? Fear? Margaret Blackwood asks how a recent gang-rape in BC could have been allowed to occur — and why no one intervened.
Mary Black Bonnet writes about her connection to Bethanny Frankel of Real Houswives fame, her deep love for her daughter, Turtle,
Is your new puppy’s personality all do to genetics and breeding or does the way he is raised determine who he will become? Eric Brad — currently immersed in raising his own puppy Rizzo — explores the link between nature and nurture and how to help your puppy grow to be the best he can be.