A Vote for Sensibility

Canada votes on Monday.

I’m ashamed to say, I don’t know who to vote for.

Millions of people died under the auspices of freedom and I truly believe that they would be ashamed of the possible results.

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It Is What It Is

Over the last year or so, I’ve been involved in a conflict I’ve been trying to avoid for about 7 years or so.

I haven’t been avoiding it because I fear conflict. Far from it.

It came from having faith that things would work out the way they’re supposed to.

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Finding the Source

My heart hurts.
Both literally and metaphorically.

Doing what is right doesn’t always reward you with the results you expect. But knowing that possibility exists doesn’t lessen the hurt any less.

And while I hurting, I’m feeling an intense anger that I’ve never felt before.

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Remembering What’s Important – Thanks Adrian

Sometimes people need a good kick to the pants to keep them going.

And whenever I need a good, swift kick to the pants—which happens more often than I care to admit—I read the obituaries.

Local, national, foreign; it’s doesn’t matter, I read them all. Obituaries keep me focused on my goals because they remind me I don’t have time to mess around. And sometimes, they serve as life lessons.

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Comment Section: A Wretched Hive of Scum and Villany
Mos Eisley
Mos Eisley: A Wretched Hive of Scum and Villany: Image Belongs to Lucasfilms

There is an article in the National Post today about a woman trying to have her Canadian citizenship application fast-tracked.

Bushra Halepota—a permanent resident of Canada—is using a obscure provision in Canadian law that allows citizenship applications to be fast-tracked if said person “provides services of an exceptional value to Canada.”

I don’t have an opinion on this as I don’t have enough information to decide, but it does expose some blatant—and not so blatant—racism. And, I’m not talking about the article.

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