Encouraging spiritual growth

As human beings, we have a tendency to get our minds stuck on a oneway track. Consumed and obsessed when equipped with a new way…

Column: Disconnecting as a means of truth-seeking

What a time to be alive! There are so many new and old ways of life (and the understandings of life) floating around us and…

Nature has eyes

A beautiful woman once told me that moths are messengers of the dead (more pleasantly put: of the other side, the spirit world). I used…

Burning down the house

It’s been said that the best way to understand how something works is by taking it apart. In this case, I suppose one way of…

Redefining The Meaning of A Drive By

It’s been about three weeks now that Ontario leaders and health officials alike have made strides to cut down on the spread of Covid-19, including…

OHSWEKEN’S SWEETEST SECRET: TRADITIONAL TREATS

Ahhh…the smell of fresh baked goods! It is always so much better when its homemade too – just the way Ma or Gramma used to…

WWND?

It’s been a year now since I wrote my very first article “The Wind Storm”, which was also the first of nearly thirty articles in…

That’s just the way she grows

Have you ever come into crossing with a gathering of trees or a small forest and noticed anything peculiar, or especially out of the ordinary?…

Deep See Dive

Last week, I made my way up to Kawartha Lakes to spend four blissful days in the middle of nowhere with nothing but my love,…

Ghost Forest

My parents backyard backs onto an acre of a sparse and symmetrical little walnut forest. Private and serene, the backyard has always been a place…