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It is interesting how the internet connects folks and stories. I found this post in a weekly newsletter I get about happiness and it turns out they reprinted from the Huffington Post who got it from a blog called the Daily Moxie. Anyway, the list below is from a wonderful article written by Jocelyn Kelly.Jocelyn […]

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Catching Up

I have been on a bit of a break for the past week. Well not a break so much as swamped with work, I let slide to the last minute. One of the reasons is that a week ago I made my annual pilgrimage to the Toronto Indy-car race with my son. This marks about […]

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Go in Peace or Not so much!

                             

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A simple question for all who have some doubts about  this deep theological point:  If we are made in the image of God then what does the following video tell us? OK it’s not really proof that God laughs and I have no footnotes to prove the biblical sources for this theory but tell me […]

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Dear Dad

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A Charlie Brown Christmas is a classic to be sure. If you have never experienced Charlie Brown’s Christmas it is well worth it. In the clip below young Linus explains what Christmas is all about to a very disheartened Charlie Brown.

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Squish the Fish

This Sunday the forecast for Buffalo New York has ranged from 40 cm of snow to the upside of massive flooding. A few weeks back I made a promise to go to the Buffalo Bills football game against the hated Miami Dolphins with my son. Regardless of the forecast I guess a promise is a […]

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A Birthday wish for Mom

My Mom would have celebrated her 85th birthday on January 15th.It is hard to believe that 5 years have past since she died but it is true that as you get older time does more than fly it seems to evaporate. Here is a small birthday wish for Moms everywhere from kids who were lucky […]

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A Charlie Brown Christmas is a classic to be sure. If you have never experienced Charlie Brown’s Christmas it is well worth it. In the clip below young Linus explains what Christmas is all about to a very disheartened Charlie Brown.

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I found this video on a blog called Open Hands which is written by Mark Petersen who is a philanthropist and blogger.Check it out as it has many interesting links and videos that will give you a look into some of the work done by the not-for-profit sector in Canada. I love the last line […]

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Six year old Annie returns home from school and says she had her first family planning lesson at school. Her mother, very interested, asks; “How did it go?” “I died of shame!” she answers. “Sam from over the road, says that the stork brings babies. Sally next door said you can buy babies at the […]

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Back to School

Today I started a brand new adventure- teaching in a community college. I will let you know from time to time how this journey is going and perhaps some new ideas we find along the way. It is billed as a Sales and Marketing course, but in reality, it is a class on life since […]

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When you are dissatisfied And would like to go back to youth, Think of Algebra.      

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An older gentleman was on the operating table awaiting surgery and he insisted that his son, a renowned surgeon, perform the operation. As he was about to get the anesthesia, he asked to speak to his son.  ‘Yes, Dad, what is it? ‘ ‘Don’t be nervous, son; Do your best and just remember, If it doesn’t […]

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