Monthly Archives: August 2015

Nostalgia Isn’t What It Used to Be

My wife and I attended “The Ed Sullivan Show” revue at our local cultural centre last night. Some of the songs got me to thinking about how music shapes our earliest perceptions. The Ed Sullivan Show The Ed Sullivan Show … Continue reading

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Muskoka Holiday

When I was a child growing up in Muskoka, I had the best time of my life. This book can still transport me back to that time and that place. Meet the Author Muskoka Holiday cover According to the information … Continue reading

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The Book of Life: an Akashic Record?

In 1984, my wife had a lucid dream that she shared with me upon waking. Since then, I’ve found echoes of her dream in others’ published works. This is what it seems to mean to me. Balancing Book On the … Continue reading

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