While the religions and philosophies of the Far East do not teach dog training specifically, there may be much wisdom to be found there for dog trainers. Sometimes the simplest things are the most difficult to master. A clear mind and clear intentions can help.
Archives for January 2013
I’m allowed to brag a bit at this point because my father, Gerry Weiss, is about to turn 100, and if you can’t sound the trumpets then, when can you?
In Prince Edward Island, travel writer Darcy Rhyno discovers a… well, he ain’t exactly sure, but it might be a gallery and it’s certainly worth visiting.
This week’s video talks about a type of conflict that works within the story, but which often causes more annoyance to readers than it’s worth.
We all feel envious sometimes. It’s human to feel want for things ‘the cool kids’ have; to feel entitled to take and have all that which others take and have. It’s everywhere: Google ‘envy pictures.’ Social media plays on this ‘you deserve more’ concept, like it’s a mark of evolution, strength and discipline to take more and more, just like ‘these successful, wealthy people did!’ Left unmarked, envy has become a rather nasty, infectious social disease.
Since its invention and popularization, the automobile has had a tremendous impact on our lives and has brought about significant change in society. But has this change been positive or negative?
What do FIsh & Brewis, toutons and scrunchions have in common? They’re all part of Labrador food traditions.
The gadget in the photograph is fifty years old if it’s a day, a wonderful hand-me-down dust pan given to us by an elderly cousin, now of blessed memory. Every time I use it, I think of this sweet, sweet man, a Holocaust survivor who lost his entire family to Hitler.
Sharing an apartment with a cat lover can coax a dog person to love the canine set even more.
They are located in the Indian Ocean, comprise some 1,192 islands and are home to some 350,000 people. They are called the Maldives, and if you wish to visit them you should to do it sooner than later as the rising sea level is threatening the long-term vitality of the archipelago.