Monthly Archives: April 2015

My world is burning, or at least it looks that way

My world is coming apart at the seams. I’m safe, but can barely do anything about it, which is almost more infuriating. Thousands of people have been fleeing Burundi over the past few weeks. Frustrations boiled over after the ruling … Continue reading

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A powerful comment on the Mediterranean drownings

A picture speaks a thousand words… I didn’t draw this. I haven’t been able to find out who drew this cartoon. If you did draw it, let me know and I will happily credit you or remove it if that’s what you prefer. 

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From the archives: Food and human contact for Quebec’s homeless

I promise to start updating this blog again soon. My life has been a bit nuts. A new person and a few new things have entered into it, and one person has left it (a death in my extended family). … Continue reading

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I did not write this, but this is me.

From Lifehack: “15 signs you’re born to be a free thinker.” http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/15-signs-youre-born-free-thinker.html It’s almost creepily apt. The scariest thing there is, “Ever since you’ve heard your friends outside your faith are going to hell, you’ve thought for yourself.” I did … Continue reading

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