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Rathburn Road Midnight Walk: Beginnings and Ends

“It is easy to see the beginning of things, and hard to see the ends” Joan Didion Hegel (1835-38) speaks of “the conflict between the poetry of the heart and the opposing prose of circumstances and accidents of external situations” … Continue reading

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Walks at Bronte Creek again

Bronte creek has been part of our family history in many ways. I first heard about this park when I was staying in Tripoli and my family was staying in Ovation-Mississauga (2012-July to 2016-July). The nature walk reminds me of … Continue reading

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Thinking places-Canoe Lake Algonquin 2022-July

The writer John Maxwell said- If you have a designated time and place to think, and make the commitment to go there, you will shape your thinking to a different level. Last Sunday, we went to Huntsville and Canoe Lake, … Continue reading

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