Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner December 19, 2018
The holiday season and last days of the year are a time to reflect. ANDREW WALLACE/TORONTO STAR
Now, in late December, there is earlier dark, more silence and snow; slower driving. I am reading some books I have longed to get to, and using Kindle to do it. Books, such as Miriam Toews' Women Talking and Andrew Harvey's Savage Grace. My doctor recommended the Harvey.
We're coming to a year-end, tending to reflect. I'm paying more attention to my inner life, paying scant attention to Facebook, except for witty cartoons, such as the one where a harassed radio host assures his listeners that indeed mommy gave her informed consent before being kissed under the mistletoe.
I'm moving towards vegetarianism. Am I on track for minimalism?
Advocacy work is so visible in the month of December, one can avoid all the excess of the consumerist society. Not to be Scrooge or anything, one can still arrange a gift for one's loved ones. (I just bought the gift of a car wash, and for another, a Reframe Film festival pass). Continue Reading >Here<
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