A little bit of interesting and a little bit of controversial this week.
Listen to the wisdom of trees. OM Times Magazine. I’ve done this. Yes, I’m paganish.
What it means to have the heart of an empath. The Elephant Journal.
How the highly sensitive person may be accessing clairsentience. OM Times Magazine.
We need to address the gap in medicare for patients with mental illness. The Globe and Mail.
This raised a few eyebrows among some of my friends who do not identify as feminist. I understand their position and defend their right to hold it, but I still think this rant from Mark Ruffalo is pretty awesome (no offence, ladies).
In that vein, here’s the trailer for Suffragette. This. Looks. AWESOME!
Former Prime Minister, Paul Martin, believes that indigenous thought belongs in the classroom. The Globe and Mail.
Residential school survivors and their descendants share their stories. The Globe and Mail.
Truth and reconciliation is not an aboriginal problem, but a Canadian one. CBC’s the Current.
Science fiction author, Veronica Sicoe, wrote this lovely post on our failure to find developed, space-faring civilizations: Blowing up the Kardashev Scale.
Crazy facts about Japan. OMG facts.
Newfoundland’s fairy traditions. Canadian Living.
Want a cheap mansion? It’s haunted . . . CTV News.
For your musical enlightenment: Five new albums to try out on Spotify. The Guardian.
Your edutainment is served. You’re welcome 🙂
See you Saturday for more Ad Astra, and maybe I’ll have some good news on the home destruction front.
Oh, BTW, what do you think of the site revamp? Yeah, I finally did that shit.