Posts Tagged "compassion"

Old man Nick.

Nobody Saw Nick… Or Did They?

Picture this… It’s 94F/34C degrees and quite humid.  There is an old man walking and struggling to do so and it appears that he is trying to flag down passing vehicles for help. I am riding my bike on the opposite side of the road, approaching him.  I notice that there is a police officer with his radar gun in Read more…

Nobody Saw Nick… Or Did They? Posted In: General · Health
Martin Luther King Jr.

Reflection on a King.

Growing up in Canada, I was taught very little about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. or Black history in general. Although black people in America went through greater and more obvious civil rights and racial struggles, Canada was not immune to some of those same issues. As I got a little older, during my high school days, his message became Read more…

Reflection on a King. Posted In: General
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