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Category Archives: Karma
Day 105: St-Jean-Pied-de-Port.
There comes a time in everyone’s life when they need to stop talking about doing something, and just get on with it. I had been captivated by the stories of personal transformations resulting from walking the Camino de Santiago across the north of … Continue reading
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Day 77: Community Gardening.
There are few things in life more humbling and simultaneously satisfying than manual labour. I actually got up at 5:30 am – on purpose – this morning, not to catch a flight, but rather to help shovel soil from huge … Continue reading
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Day 57: Shamanic Journey Circle.
I picked up a lot of expressions during my two years in Ireland, but by far my favourite is this one: telling somebody when they’ve lost the plot. It’s the Celtic and British equivalent of letting someone know that they’ve … Continue reading
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Day 48: Turn Inspiration into Action.
It only seemed appropriate to follow up Oprah’s Lifeclass by going to hear Julia Butterfly Hill speak about Turning Inspiration Into Action. This is someone who not only talks the talk, but truly walks the walk, or rather, climbs the tree. … Continue reading
Posted in Karma Tagged activist, Andrew Blake, April, California redwood forests, Julia Butterfly Hill, karma, Luna, OISE auditorium, poet, Snow Lion, The Legacy of Luna, Toronto, University of Toronto, writer 1 Comment
Day 47: Go See Oprah!
Oprah! No other name can instantaneously command so much nurturing and respect, not to mention amass an incredibly large gathering of women with minimal advertising quite the way she does. Today, I attended Oprah’s Lifeclass Tour, which also happened to … Continue reading
Posted in Karma Tagged April, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Deepak Chopra, Iyanla Vanzant, karma, life class, Lifeclass the Tour, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Toronto, Tour 3 Comments