A very important report was released today. All Canadians should educate themselves about this silent genocide which happened during our lifetimes… I reserve my comment. Continue reading In their words: What residential school survivors told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Originally posted on the love story project:
For weeks I’ve wanted to write about all that’s happened in my life in 2015, but I couldn’t find a good way to get at it. I keep thinking back to a rainy Sunday night, about a year ago, when I met two friends for dinner. One was… Continue reading on the problem of wanting
I should write one of these. Her radical self-love is inspiring. Continue reading A Love Letter to My Belly
Originally posted on @michaeltnixon:
What Ben Carson’s transformation from an inspiring role model into a polarizing political figure means for the Seventh-Day Adventist Church When I turned nine years old, I started dreaming about who and what I wanted to be when I grew up. Predictably, those dreams included the usual “nine year old boy” suspects:… Continue reading Gifted Hands?
Originally posted on Quiet thoughts & Quiet dreams:
Image from Unlearn, whose mission is to provoke thought in the hope that it will encourage positive change. Support Unlearn by visiting unlearn.com Did you know that humiliation is a more intensely felt emotion than either happiness or even anger? This should come as no surprise in the light… Continue reading The price of shame: Can you click with compassion?