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 Solace

Apr 29, 2024

Join a heartfelt journey of self-discovery in 'Solace.' Flipping through early journal pages, delve into the highs and lows of finding a second home, battling inner demons, and embracing personal authenticity. With each turn of phrase, find solace amidst life's turbulence, celebrating the beauty of resilience and growth.

Discover the transformative power of silence and daydreaming in this heartwarming journey of self-discovery as a 72-year-old grandmother finds her creative spark and true happiness through moments of quiet contemplation. Embrace the joy of imagination and rediscover your inner child in this poignant reflection on the importance of stillness amidst life's busy chaos.

I’ve constantly wondered how you can stay so charming despite having seen so many flaws, having to put up with so much drama, wrapped up in sporadic chaos gathered behind that handful of walls.

This heartwarming essay challenges preconceptions, unveiling the joy, comfort, and hidden brilliance found in everyday moments. Join the conversation on appreciating the present, embracing the familiar, and exploring the uncharted territories of the seemingly ordinary.

The Magic Mirror

Jan 9, 2024

With the thinking hat right on; I look within myself for all those stories, I’ve witnessed from dusk to dawn but nothing comes closer to the journey of ‘the reflection I capture the day in, day out', whom I fondly call A pocket full of sunshine due to the warm and fuzzy feeling this one leaves behind. 

A Random Friday

Dec 28, 2023

Navigate the bustling chaos of city subways and stumble upon a heartfelt letter that reshapes one commuter's entire Friday. Dive into a tale where unexpected connections remind us of the profound bonds that can form amidst life's hustle.

A Cinephile

Nov 29, 2023

Jason, inspired by "Back to the Future," turns his mediocre looks into a charming asset, using a self-declared world-famous pickup line to navigate the complexities of dating and eventually finding the love of his life. His humorous and heartfelt journey unfolds against a backdrop of dorm room nostalgia and cinematic romance.

Dear Diary,

Life has not been the same ever since we watched Avatar: The Way of Water; just like COVID, life can now be classified as before and after

“Pull the windows open, nice weather is here, with the sky oh so blue and a tinge of grey splattered around in an artistic smear, accompanied by the musical backdrop coos of the birds

By now most of us are aware of the shameful behaviour of Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD), a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., a multinational corporation. Until recently it was the employer of about 450 workers in London, Ontario.

The Workers' Educational Association of Canada (WEA) has been a champion of free, public education for adults since its beginning in 1918.

In the last issue of Learning Curves, an article, which I wrote The new, new economy, described how citizens around the world

In the last few years, we have been increasingly made aware that Canada needs skilled tradesmen, perhaps more than it needs the lawyers or dentists that parents want their children to become.

According to a report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives titled Degrees of Uncertainty:

Since coming to power in Ottawa, the Conservative government has made a number of changes to the legislation governing many aspects of immigration.

Most of us probably agree with the playwright Tom Stoppard that “Age is a very high price to pay for maturity.” Nobody wants to get old, but as has often been pointed out, it sure beats the alternative!

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