The Book of Nature

I love getting lost in the pages of a good book don’t you?  And on many occasions, when I find a good book, I’ve been known to turn off my phone, unplug the TV, tune out the world.  Curled up on my couch in a soft plushy blanket, my grandma pajamas with a pair of…

The Law of Consent – Indigenous

  “Everyone has the right to live in dignity and safety to maintain and practice their identity and culture. Under international human rights law, states are obligated to do everything they can to ensure that rights essential to individual and collective well-being, such as the rights to education, health, livelihood, and the right to live…

Armageddon is a comin’!

Original Post – Summer 2014:  In the book The Body of God, author Sallie McFague opens by recalling a childhood memory of dying, imagining that she would not be here any longer. The thought no doubt frightened her. As an adult recalling this experience she realized that it wasn’t the thought of death that scared…

A Tale of Two News Stories – Part 2

Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline – News Story #2 While we, in the east, actively involved expressing our thoughts and feelings towards the Quebec Charter of Values, on the opposite side of our country in the west were expressing their opinions on the business of the Northern Gateway Pipelines. This $7.9-billion project proposes to build two pipelines stretching 1,177…