February 2010


‘ve been religious at various points in my life in the truest sense of the word, but never that religious. In small-town Newfoundland, Lent was always perceived as a Catholic tradition and as a good protestant boy, I protested it by simply ignoring it. It’s never been something that I’ve understood well if at all from either an historical or a practical perspective.


Most days in most cities in this country, people are driven to accomplish.  For many, a successful person is one who has risen to the top of the proverbial food chain, whose salary now is substantially more than it was “back then”, who has purchased a house, and who has well-adjusted and responsible children.  In Continue reading accomplishment

goal two

It’s been a while but I need to outline my second major goal for twenty ten. By the end of this year, I will have outlined and starting working on a book.  The topic is still very much uncertain. How I will convince somebody to actually publish this yet-to-be-conceived work is not even on my Continue reading goal two