Category Archives: Living Deliberately

Our Penitence and Our Mortality

I went to Ash Wednesday mass last week. I still don’t know what I feel about the good Lord. I don’t believe what I did. I still like going – I’ve been going to this service for most of my … Continue reading

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An Agnostic’s Lent

A friend tells this hilarious story about a meeting where one of his female staff announced that she was giving up chocolate and coffee for lent. He asked if she was also going to give up the affair she was … Continue reading

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I went to bed last night, watching tragedy play out on twitter. Police officers went to make a routine arrest and there was a shooting instead. A police officer has died. For the record, for those of you from other … Continue reading

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Canada’s Colliding

It was one of those moments where your Canada, the one you interact with on a daily basis, your version of the country you live in collides with another version of Canada, where things aren’t the same. It was simple … Continue reading

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Getting Older

I went to the spa in December and got a facial. I got, along with the facial, a lecture that the skin around my eyes is overly dry and I will get more wrinkles. I am getting older, not anywhere … Continue reading

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