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on becoming human

Tweet As I lay in bed listening to the chorus of birdsong this morning, a thought occurred to me.  The reason Progressives keep failing in our mission to create a more humane world is simple.  As Progressive people, we have a well developed sense of empathy, we really want a better world for everyone, . . . → Read More: on becoming human

Oh Christmas Tree…

Tweet I am so grateful to have had the company of my son and his girlfriend at Christmas.  They descended Christmas morning, bearing bags of gifts.  Photographs, food, coffee cups and smelly stuff.  And a tree.  In a cardboard box.   For the last couple of years we haven’t bothered with a christmas tree. . . . → Read More: Oh Christmas Tree…

Afghanistan, mission in…


I emailed this letter to my MP yesterday.  No reply as of yet.

The Honourable Dr. Keith Martin Member of Parliament Esquimalt, Juan De Fuca   Doctor Martin;   It has come to my attention that the mission in Afghanistan has become extended, all of a sudden, to everyone’s surprise! ( I do . . . → Read More: Afghanistan, mission in…

the bravest woman in Afghanistan


Malalai Joya, the Afghan Politician who has been called the bravest woman in Afghanistan is to return to Canada on a speaking tour, according to  Article by Derrick O’Keefe.

The Canadian Peace Alliance has issued this announcement of a brief return visit by Malalai Joya. The tour comes at an important . . . → Read More: the bravest woman in Afghanistan