Category Archives: Relationships and Behaviour

Thoughts on what we do and why – men and women, parents and children, friends and strangers.

Finish the Thought

Gurdeep Pandher is a bhangra dance instructor from the Punjab, living in Yukon. With COVID-19, he’s become an internet sensation. I don’t know the man but his on-screen presence is relentlessly cheery, upbeat, patient, and encouraging. He dances to traditional … Continue reading

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R-O-E Redux

A plea/challenge/expectation from an Asian American. Continue reading

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Waiting for It

Not a happy or comfortable place to stand. Just an important one. Continue reading

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Rules of Engagement (ROE)

Church, business, government, self: We all need rules of engagement. Continue reading

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If Ever

What to do when lessness isn’t discernible. Continue reading

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Our Better Angels

Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection. Continue reading

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Cocktail Picks and Pheasants

And as it is with them, so it will be with us one day. Continue reading

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When Ready

A life lesson from telephone shopping and cooking. Continue reading

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Just One

The wisdom and power of dreaming big but working small. Continue reading

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