I admitted something to my husband today that I haven't said out loud in a long time. I didn't even mean to tell him, but the truth is, I'm depressed. Though you wouldn't know it if you entered my life anytime in the last 5-6 years, I used to go through bouts of depression rather … Continue reading When Depression is Not Enough
It seems I've gone on another inadvertent hiatus. Six months have slipped by since my last post. Normally, I would write some long winded explanation as to what was commanding all of my time, why I couldn't post an update, apologizing for my absence, blah, blah, blah. Not this time. I don't owe any explanations … Continue reading Cultivating An Attitude of Gratitude
I find myself trapped in a complex moral dilemma, and I'm not sure where I stand. It all started after reading a story about a 41 year old Canadian man who suffered from Motor Neurone Disease (MND) otherwise known in Canada as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Long story short, the healthcare funding he needed to … Continue reading Do You Have the Right to Die?
Time. We all have our own concepts on what it really means. After all, the word time itself can describe a multitude of things - "What time is it?" "Give me a moment of your time." "The times have been hard." "It's pretty hot for this time of year." "The timing is off." When you think of time, is it, in fact, purely clock … Continue reading A Short Dive Into Time