No matter our health situation, our age group, or anything else; we can still do something to help make a difference. Maybe something small, like helping a neighbour who’s a care giver. They don’t even need to know who did it.
A general interest in the 50’s Canadian Avro Arrow jet interceptor soon led to a more focused interest in John Diefenbaker – his leadership style, personality, etc., when Canadian Prime Minister (1957 – 1963).
Pursuing Diefenbaker’s way of operating as a “renegade” brought to mind the recent style of former president Donald Trump – to which Collins dictionary defines Renegade as a “member of a group or profession who behaves in a way that is opposed to the normal behavior or beliefs of that group or profession.
Were they right? Mother Teresa Anna Kaljas Rev. Robert Rumball
Over the years, it puzzled me – despite having a positive online and print presence – I’d never won any awards or writing contests.
I’d like to show how anyone interested in creative thinking can benefit from a simple life skill approach.
…he wrote down on a whiteboard his love for us both: his “brothers.” From the lips of a dying man, I wondered… did we deserve this honour?
…social psychologist Jonathan Haidt. He suggests that it’s not only possible to get along with people of diametrically opposing views, but both win by doing so.
Like duct tape, our Covid-19 lives may not look pretty, but for most of us, things could be worse.
“Congratulations! You look like a very happy couple.” That’s what a man called out to us before driving away from a stop sign as we walked arm in arm together one evening. We were both surprised and appreciative of his comments – expressed as they were with genuine sincerity. It made our day!
It may be, I’m an acquired taste… maybe, I should just shut up and listen. Okay. Yet, some people try to coverup a multitude of sins by saying, “It’s just business.” However, as Scrooge was reminded, mankind is our business – nothing else.