Monthly Archives for November 2010

Solitude, community, and why we need both

When I was a young boy, my family lived in the town of Forestville, on the shores of the St Lawrence River in Northeastern Québec.  Although our little company town had about 3000 residents, I knew only a handful of … Continue reading

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26. November 2010 by Wisdom Hunter
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Caring for ex-offenders

This morning Marion and I were privileged to be part of a seminar on caring for ex-offenders, sponsored by a coalition of ministries in the National Capital Region. For several months now – ever since becoming part of the All … Continue reading

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13. November 2010 by Wisdom Hunter
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Looking forward to Monday morning

Pretty well everyone at my workplace loves Fridays.  Friday is the last day of the work week in the government office where I work as an IT subcontractor, and a near-festival atmosphere prevails. Most people look forward to weekends and … Continue reading

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07. November 2010 by Wisdom Hunter
Categories: Reflections on Life, Workplace | Tags: | 2 comments