This past weekend a huge convoy of truckers and people arrived in Ottawa in order to protest against the vaccine mandate that the Canadian government has put in force on truckers. The convoy began with only a few truckers yet grew rapidly through a grassroots movement as tens of thousands (possibly more) rendezvoused in the... Continue Reading →
The moral decisions we make every day are related directly to the issue of authority. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we all base the moral and ethical choices we make on who we believe is in charge, or whether we believe the consequences are worth risking. Observing the speed limit, taking an... Continue Reading →
On October 17, 2018, the legalization of cannabis will take effect here in the province of Quebec. This reality will cause an enormous shift in the way we think, live, teach, and learn. This will create a real and lasting paradigm shift in our society, and one that I believe many do not want, and... Continue Reading →
When looking for answers on questions on morality, where does the culture look? What foundation does it stand on? In a shifting moral culture, how can it gain stability?