I had accepted a new job in Toronto, the big TO, in 2006, and despite the excitement, leaving Florenceville, New Brunswick was unusually harder than we expected. This was not the first time we were uprooting ourselves in search of the proverbial new pastures. We had travelled thousands of miles before, but this time it seemed different.
An 89-year-old man was dying. He was surrounded by his family to bid him the final farewell. The old man opened his heavy grieving eyes, looked around the room and asked for his son, his daughter-in-law, his granddaughter, and his brother. All were present around him. He felt pleased when all of a sudden his gaze went outside the room.
Pit stops help keep the journey exciting and also prevent falling asleep on the wheel. Continue reading “★ Detour | Off Topic”
Gollum teaches us some very essential lessons.
If Smeagol had strong walls within him, he wouldn’t have become obsessed with evil, killing his best friend, living an unnaturally long life in despair and become Gollum, finally melting away with the One Ring. Now, that probably wouldn’t have given us the epic story ‘The Lord of the Rings’ either. Continue reading “1.3 Back to Basics | “My Precious””
Forts and castles can be traced back to the time humans first started defining their territories and power over one another. It was a symbol of strength and superiority over other ruling powers. It took years to build and took sweat and blood from hundreds and thousands who toiled on making them. Continue reading “1.2 Back to Basics | Build some walls”
Back in 1946 when Germany was divided, a huge wall separating East and West Berlin was a center of the endless conflict. One day, some people in East Berlin took a truckload of garbage and dumped it on the West Berlin side. The stench could be smelled from miles. Continue reading “1.1 Back to Basics | You give what you have”
Back to Basics chapter will cover topics focused on the basics. Building our foundation, one post at a time.
We’ll start by reviewing what strong foundation looks like and move on to the critical tools and material necessary for building our own solid foundation.
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