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I shared this with a friend the other day we laughed a lot together. Much wisdom and food for though t in here too. Including: When you share your story, make sure its you who is holding the pen. Kurt … Continue reading
At least 10, 000 people will spend tonight and every night without a home in Toronto. Fundamentally there are simply too few homes – for all of us- in Toronto. Toronto has not invested in any substantial way in social … Continue reading
Lewis Gordon “This issue of invisibility is a very strange one. A lot of the people who are being called “invisible” have to be first identified, and then be informed or told they are invisible, or a zero so we … Continue reading
There’s the thing: I don’t need help right now. You do. Elliot Anderson Mr Robot S4 E9
As soon as you’re born they make you feel small By giving you no time instead of it all Till the pain is so big you feel nothing at all They hurt you at home and they hit you at … Continue reading
Every evil begins with someone saying to another: “I am going to help you”. Milos Foreman From Completely Cuckoo: Documentary of the making of “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.
Had the privilege of having my voice heard at World Hearing Voices Congress in Montreal last week. This is for all those who were there with us, and especially those who appreciated this one. And even more, it’s for for … Continue reading