Monthly Archives: November 2021

Eat Slow

The slow food movement is underway. Now established in many countries around the world, the concept is simple: it’s not a good idea to rush through your meals. It’s actually much friendlier and much healthier to eat slower, eat relaxed … Continue reading

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Dreams

I was once teaching in a grade 5 class in mid-town Toronto and happened to get into what dreams mean – always a fun topic, but not something that’s spoken of in our classrooms. Even mentioning dreams is probably considered … Continue reading

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Love and Marriage

Love & Marriage “go together like a horse and carriage, This I tell ‘ya brother you can’t have one without the other. Love & Marriage, …… it’s an institute you can’t disparage, Ask the local gentry, they will say it’s … Continue reading

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I’m Beautiful

Once upon a time many years ago when I was taking a dream interpretation course in Toronto with my teacher Emy Allavena, in one session one of the middle aged women who was usually very particular about her appearance came … Continue reading

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It takes a village

It takes a village to raise a child. Ours might be the first generation with such a large number of single parent families. Historically it’s really unheard of, you know. The pressure on a parent to stay together “for the … Continue reading

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