Monthly Archives: June 2010

Karma’s a B—h

Recently I’ve been reading a book called Karma and Reincarnation, by Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama. (He’s the teacher that created a lot of the Spiritual Healing work I’ve been studying under Dr. Richard Jelusich.) I thought I knew a few things … Continue reading

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How not to sell

Today a guy knocked on my door and offered to clean one of my carpets for me. No obligation to buy anything – he just wanted to show me how good a job he could do so I would recommend … Continue reading

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Believe in yourself, but also…

Today I found this video of a man trying to break a board over his head, to prove you can do anything you put your mind to. I say “trying,” because it doesn’t go well. Check it out, then come … Continue reading

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How We Killed Robert Dziekanski

At 3:15pm on October 13, 2007, Robert Dziekanski arrived at Vancouver International Airport from Poland, to join his mother in Canada. His mother had instructed him to wait for her around the baggage carousels, but because it was an international … Continue reading

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Being a Hypocrite

I hate hypocrisy. Whether it’s Al Gore driving a gas-guzzling motorcade everywhere, or President Obama extending Bush’s policies, I just can’t stand it when people – especially national leaders – openly refuse to practice what they preach. Sure, we’ve come … Continue reading

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True-life Amnesia

See if you can remember what all these movies have in common: The Bourne Identity, Mulholland Drive, Vanilla Sky and Total Recall. Okay, that was easy, wasn’t it? The clue was in this blog’s title. The heroes have all forgotten … Continue reading

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Win-Win

There are a lot of kind-hearted people in this world – and not just in Canada – who believe that “winning” means someone else “loses.” We get this flawed perspective from sports and other games, but it does not work … Continue reading

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