Month: May 2014

“What’s your biggest fear?”

A very dear friend today asked me a very deep question. I haven’t known her for very long, in the grand scheme of things, around 2 years. She has become close and important to me. She text me today. Asked how I was as she usually does. Then asked if I wanted to play truth Read More …

What’s the point?

What is the point? Why do we wake in the morning? Why do we breathe the air we do? Why do we eat? Why do we care or hate? Why do we love? What’s the point? Lately I’ve pondered this a lot. I mean what we do, our existence. What is the light of it? Read More …

Komagata Maru – 100 Years On We Remember

I passed this memorial to the Komagata Maru the other day in Stanley Park. These people, Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims had travelled from India to Canada in the hopes to start a new life here. Some of them had fought in the British Army during WWI. Sadly they were turned away starving and mistreated purely because Read More …

Lines in a book…

I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. I guess when you’re on your own. Away from loved ones and family, you start to think a lot more. Well I certainly do. I have so much time on my hands these days, that I fill it with thinking. My phone is full of little notes Read More …