Monthly Archives: July 2016

Brexit revisited

On June 23, the UK voted by a narrow margin (52% to 48%) to leave the EU. On June 25, I wrote a blogpost about this, which I have just re-read. I received substantial support for what I said, and … Continue reading

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Trudeau, Auschwitz and Black Lives Matter

A classic Buddhist aphorism says that everything is connected to everything else. Our challenge, then, is to identify connections and their meaning as we try to live discerning lives, both as individuals and as citizens. In this post I want … Continue reading

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Ginger Goodwin, hero

I’m just back from a lovely break on Vancouver Island. I visited my cousin Jane at her paradisal oceanside cottage in the Courtenay Regional District, along with her friend and mine, the excellent Claudia. During that visit, we went to … Continue reading

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