Thirty-six years ago I watched Terry Fox run by me near Hamilton, Ontario. I was nine-years old. Both that moment and Terry’s tenacity–a man running across Canada with an amputated leg to raise money for cancer research–had a profound impact on my life. Rarely does a week go by when I don’t think about Terry. […]
Ideas need to see the light even if the moment seems dark and confusing.
If you happen to be Canadian, Gord Downie is pretty close to being a household name. Like Gretzky. Or Trudeau. Bieber. Even Tim Horton. If you’re not from Canada, let me help paint a picture of this iconic musician, poet and free market capitalist through a “forest of whispering speakers,” if you will. America has […]
A Shooting Dallas Star by Dan Pontefract Love your self; our humanity will prosper. Love your humanity; neighbours will reciprocate. Love your neighbour; the community gathers strength. Love your community; society offers hope. Love your society; and we might all shine as one. Dan’s Related Posts:We May Not AlwaysTalent Development Isn’t Just About TrainingInstead of […]
Fleeting, life is. Ephemeral, in fact. Words so cunning. But soul? Intact. Courage? Indeed. Stay! Please. The song ain’t done, and It’s my soul you squeeze. Much have you taught, More than you know. Love is eternal Among the ya’s and whoa’s. As dark rings the door With body to take, You are the ocean, […]