Category Archives: service

Unsung Heroes

On January 15, 2009, US Airways Flight 1549 left Laguardia Airport, bound for Charlotte, North Carolina. As the Airbus A320 climbed over New York City, it struck a flock of geese, and lost thrust in both engines. The crew turned … Continue reading

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Flood of compassion

Over the last week, my city of Calgary, Alberta, has seen unprecedented flooding. About 75,000 people had to evacuate. The downtown core became a ghost town. Major transit routes stopped running. Bridges and train tracks were closed down or even … Continue reading

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Gutter Spirituality

The other day, a friend posted this video on their facebook page: The video is about Narayanan Krishnan, who lives in India. In this 2-minute video, he tells his story: He used to work for a nice hotel in Bangalore. … Continue reading

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Skin

One night, 4-year-old Jamie woke up from a nightmare, and called to his daddy to comfort him. Dad went in, sat down on the bed, listened patiently as his son told him about the nightmare, and did his best to … Continue reading

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Being

Spring is finally here. Calgary is a bit of a slow starter that way. Actually Spring sort of faked us out a few times, starting in March, with a mix of Spring and Winter weather. Winter doesn’t really stop for … Continue reading

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Law of Attraction: Finding the Passion

Yesterday we talked about how the Law of Attraction only works well if you are focused on your own true goals and passions, and not on what other people want for you. Over the years, many of us have gotten … Continue reading

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Moving forward

Much of my life has been like a plane taxiing around an airport, heading for one runway, then another, but never quite taking off. Oh sure, I’ve had successes along the way. I had a good job (by society’s standards), … Continue reading

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