Monthly Archives: March 2014

Mind-Body Stress Reduction Part 2–Days Of The Week

*New* You can now link to this blog via http://www.peterladage.com Tuesday ‘Miles upon miles of waste brought on by man’s devotion to war.’–Ami McKay, writing of the 1917 Halifax Explosion in The Birth House, 213. Remember last week, where Jon … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Stress Reduction Part 1–Days Of The Week–Condensed

[unabridged] Tuesday Thomas King has won the RBC Taylor award for his non-fiction book, The Inconvenient Indian. As is made clear in the Canada Reads-winning novel, The Orenda, colonization started centuries ago. Its after-effects are with us today. King expects … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Stress Reduction Part 1–Days Of The Week–Unabridged

[condensed] Tuesday Thomas King has won the RBC Taylor award for his non-fiction book, The Inconvenient Indian. ‘With this book in particular, I’m writing for native and non-native reader…. I had to figure out some way to get past, in … Continue reading

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Pay Attention–Days Of The Week–Condensed

[unabridged] *New*–‘Preview‘. Monday (Part 2) Part 1 • 2014-03-03–the ukraine—how ancient egyptians prepared for the afterlife–bit my tongue, not in good way–this world, full of trouble and woe, is also full of joy and mystery. The antidote to suffering is … Continue reading

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Pay Attention–Days Of The Week–Unabridged

[condensed] ok, this blog is pretty good at the past and the present, but fails with the future. until now. there’s some neat-o stuff i want to tell you about before it happens, in case you want to experience it … Continue reading

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Superhuman Happiness–Days Of The Week–Condensed

[unabridged] Tuesday • 2014-02-25–quttinirpaaq; fakes and frauds exposed; rick mercer; 22 minutes; the science of life. Wednesday images from the lundy island marine conservation zone A female cardinal, very much alive (thanks to sh). Richard Rohr writes that ‘if you split entirely … Continue reading

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The People of the Kattawapiskak River

Tonight at 10 on TVO. ‘In October 2011, chief Theresa Spence of the Attawapiskat First Nation in northern Ontario declared a state of emergency because of the deplorable living conditions in her community.  Homes on this isolated Cree reserve had … Continue reading

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Superhuman Happiness–Days Of The Week–Unabridged

[condensed] Tuesday • 2014-02-25–without leaving the warmth of our livingroom, we miraculously went to the high arctic to quttinirpaaq national park (full of bunnies); at the rom, we saw how fakes and frauds are exposed; we went down a graffitied … Continue reading

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