Category: essays

The Sound of Water

This was my submission to the CBC Non-Fiction Prize this year. I didn’t make it to the longlist, but that’s okay. That means that I get to share it with all of you. I chose to write about my brother this year, a topic… Continue Reading “The Sound of Water”

The Deathly Hallows – The Story Behind My New Tattoo

Why a tattoo of the Deathly Hallows symbol? Well, people would assume it’s because I’m a fanboy. They would be right. I’ve loved the Harry Potter series since the first book came out in paperback (I was a little late to the bandwagon). I’ve… Continue Reading “The Deathly Hallows – The Story Behind My New Tattoo”

A Magnet of Hope

I had submitted this to the Reboot Your Life anthology for Chicken Soup for the Soul. It wasn’t chosen, unfortunately. However, now I get to share it with you! I’ve been sitting on this since January of this year and now you all get… Continue Reading “A Magnet of Hope”

Lesson’s Learned and Turning the Page…

So, learned something today. A few days ago, I asked the cards “How do I move forward if my workshop isn’t a success?” At the time I only had one student who registered. By Friday, I still only had one student. Instead of running… Continue Reading “Lesson’s Learned and Turning the Page…”

The Fool’s Journey – An Essay

I thought the Tarot was all about fortune telling. You asked a question, you drew a card and you read it’s meaning in the book and that was it. It never occurred to me that they could be for something deeper, something more personal.… Continue Reading “The Fool’s Journey – An Essay”

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