“There are droves of articles that will present you with specific examples of activities and exercises that you can look to in order to fuel up. Instead, we’re going to be looking at the general rules, long-term commitments, and broader stroke philosophies that can help propel you towards establishing your own brand of equilibrium that will be uniquely yours, and that you can progressively foster over time.”Read More
“I’ve come to know the experience of assembling and synthesizing an emotional bunker in order to persevere and survive a period of acute anxiety and depression. A fight or flight response to physical and mental exhaustion, it’s a process that brought me shame, frustration, resilience, and rest. It’s a process that confused me, and it’s a process I’d like to talk about.“Read More
“It's time that we came to accept that we will act 'selfishly' and start to become more accountable to the values that inform that selfishness.”Read More
“I just wrapped up my second year attending Pride Toronto, and it was as filled with emotion and energy as I remembered it being last year.
The streets were overflowed with people celebrating, dressed in everything from the most elaborately crafted costumes, to wearing no clothing whatsoever.”Read More
It was experiencing a social movement whose significance and power was beyond my ability to fully understand at this place and in this moment.
It was looking at my own hand above my head, covered in my white body armour.Read More
To consider an unemotional decision practical seems to make the case for decision-making that is unexceptional.Read More