Yesterday was Thanksgiving in Canada. It’s when we pause and reflect, to remind ourselves how fortunate we are, to be grateful for all we have. But this year, at least for me, it’s taken on even greater significance.
I could be wrong, but I don’t remember a time when the world was in worse shape, in more turmoil.
Natural disaster after natural disaster, decimating cities and towns and villages, destroying homes and taking lives, leaving nothing but sorrow and rubble in their wake. Discord everywhere you turn — at home and abroad, between rich and poor, men and women, gay and straight, black Continue reading