It’s Valentine’s Day. Love and lust are warming the air with lilts of dark chocolate and whispers of expensive champagne. Can kissing be very far behind? Today is the launch day of the Canada Kiss Map, an inspired creation of writer, creative process facilitator, and my friend, Chris Fraser. As big brilliant ideas often begin, […]
Love. Many of us love to be in love, and yet how often do we actually love each other well? What’s interesting to me is how humans struggle to exude love on the macro-level – loving all of creation as a manifestation of the divine – and also struggle to be accurate with our labeling […]
I’m not a believer that our thoughts alone make our lives. That’s way too simple in my view. However, I do believe that how we think about ourselves does have an impact. Sometimes a strong one, and sometimes much more subtly. If internally you feel some desperation to find a partner, and some loathing of being single, others will pick up on that. If you don’t feel passionate about different aspects of your life, that will be fairly obvious to others.
Nathan Thompson looks at how eating habits might impact your choice in a romantic partner.
When a Normandy village decides to hold a Bachelor’s Ball, sparks fly, the cider doesn’t get made on time, and the muscled firemen act like Chippendales dancers.
I suffer from a rather rare ailment I sometimes call the “classical bug”. This is characterized by total fascination with all things ancient, especially those concerning the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations.
A man lives through divorce and the tragic loss of loved ones, only to discover he must learn to let the woman he loves go. He ponders the truth behind the sentiment, If you love someone, set them free.
In this series of refreshing and honest Vlogs, Rosie Bitts philosophizes from her car about what being a woman really means, who gets called a slut and why, and how women can get nominated for “Sluthood” and cast off the shame.
There are few days we considered more significant or laden with emotion than wedding days. But what happens when the bride gets chicken pox? Does the show go on?
Legendary basketball coach John Wooden loved only one woman in his entire life, his wife Nellie. For more than two decades after Nellie died, he wrote a love letter to her each month on the anniversary of her death. This video of John Wooden shows a simple but profound man who found the real secret to a happy life. LOVE.