It’s been two weeks back at blogging again, and it feels great! Thanks to all of you who are reading and commenting. Thank you for visiting my little corner of the web. So far I’ve been writing nearly every day and I’m pretty sure I can’t keep up that pace as the semester goes on, so things might start slowing down a bit. But I’m sure I’ve given you more than enough interesting stuff to look at and ponder in the links below.
Here are my favourite/intriguing reads of the week…
Aarony Wherry – What now for Chief Spence and Idle No More?
Doug Muder – The Distress of the Privileged
CBC News – 9 questions about Idle No More
Doug Saunders – What kind of nation is a First Nation? We need to decide
Henrik Edberg – The Wonderful Wisdom of Calvin and Hobbes
Cory Copeland – The Fear of Living a Better Story
Jamie the Very Worst Missionary – Jesus or Zoloft?
Antonia Terrazas – To the Girl Who Wants a Boy for Christmas
Jason Hines – Faith Is…
Steve Spotts – Learning to Cope with Chronic Pain
Emily Wierenga – What Does it Look Like to Have Enough Faith?
Rachel Pieh Jones – In the Image of a Beautiful God
Culture and Society
Charles Eisenstein – Everything We Tell Ourselves About America and the World Is Wrong
Andy Hinds – One Dad’s Ill-Fated Battle Against the Princesses
Jill Flynn, et al. – Six Paradoxes Women Leaders Face in 2013
Zosia Bielski – Living alone:a testament to freedom or an erosion of society?
Nature and Travel
Alessandra Ram – The Perfect Shot: A Man, a Moon, and a Thin Piece of Rope
Random and Weird
Andrew Sullivan – Canada’s Top Comics (an ongoing discussion, apparently)
Allison Kade – 30 Bad Financial Habits You Should Outgrow by Age 30
Emma Jacobs – The Story of the Slinky
Lainey Gossip has the best Golden Globes coverage (and she’s Canadian).
What I’m reading…
These gals are the best…