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How Far Back Do I Remember, What Do I Remember And Why?


I remember always being afraid to look the wrong way, say the wrong thing, or do something that would get me into trouble. As far back as I can remember, I knew it was trouble to ask why, or to question what you were told to do. As far back as I remember I always felt alone even when standing in the middle of a crowded room. Continue reading

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Libyan People Need Real Support Not More Tough Speeches


Libyan leader Maummar al  Gaddafi is fit to be tied and we in the west are about to act indignant because he does not roll over and quit. Our focus has shifted and we are confused and unable to agree on  what to … Continue reading

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Time For The Christmas Blues


This is a sad time of year for me because my heart and everything about me begins to focus on what Christmas stands for and who will not be having such a great Christmas this year. We as Canadians will spend money … Continue reading

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