Today’s Sickness

Today's sickness is sin, and good and virtue is the cure. Hate is born of sin and ignorance, and our daily lives have become a constant fight against these most unChristian, and unwestern values. Far political extremists and haters keep trying to sell us a status quo where anything goes, and its cool to be … Continue reading Today’s Sickness


Veganism and The Importance of Truth

We are living in very divided times. It seems that we are so fractured, so oppositional, that peace will never return to our culture and our nations. What is the missing link, that used to unify our society? I think it's pretty simple and clear. It is the truth and first world's cultural reverence for … Continue reading Veganism and The Importance of Truth

Perfection: The goal, not a dream

"I'm not perfect, I'm human" is an oft-spoken and well-regarded belief about the human situation. Perfection, and those who demand it are seen by many as overly demanding, fascist, unrealistic and unpleasant. This belief has sprung clearly into the forefront, as with all things these days, through its political implications. The whole Trumper, birther, anti-progressive … Continue reading Perfection: The goal, not a dream

Opinion: Right, Wrong and Yours

For everything in life, there is a right and wrong answer. So if you believe the wrong answer, then don't say its just an opinion. It's not just an opinion, its either a right or wrong opinion.  ... Debate and grey areas create shade for people to hide from the truth, and their true feelings. Debate … Continue reading Opinion: Right, Wrong and Yours

Removal and Reconciliation

The definition of reconciliation is: the restoration of friendly relations and the action of making one view or belief compatible with another. Here in Canada, this word came to the forefront due to the Idle No More movement of Indigenous people and in light of the thousands of murdered and missing indigenous woman inquiry. It's … Continue reading Removal and Reconciliation

Omar Khadr: The High Cost of War and of Peace

Its been raging for two days now: the debate, following the stunning announcement of our government paying former child terrorist Omar Khadr a $10.5 million settlement. I personally was shocked. After ten years of patriotically hating Omar Khadr, it seemed to be an unbelievable decision for our government to make. But then I thought about … Continue reading Omar Khadr: The High Cost of War and of Peace