Monthly Archives: January 2016

Why We Need To Fail

‘I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.’ Carl Jung We need to fail. Not to be failures, but fail at. Dot dot dot. Failing at (fill in the gap) defines the very thing that happens occasionally (yes it does, to everyone, whether we admit it openly or not,… Read More »

The Gift Of Now. To Build On

Originally published as a column in NewsKamloops on Friday, January 22, 2016.  There’s always a bit of a dilemma in my head about what to choose for a column topic. This week’s could’ve broached on many subjects: the recent statistic about homeless veterans (about 2,250 of them) as an unacceptable but sad reality, or the… Read More »

To Frack Or Not To Frack

Originally published as a column in NewsKamloops on January 15, 2016.  Amidst the welcome news of the Kinder Morgan and Enbridge pipelines being shut down by the BC government, the fact that fracking is still considered an acceptable process for extracting natural gas is somewhat baffling. After all, the earthquake that rattled Fox Creek, Alta.,… Read More »