Category Archives: Thinking Broadly

Exploring new perspectives, new ways of thinking, or exercising critical thinking skills.

The Week That Was #2

I can’t help it: They keep saying stuff. Continue reading

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Lobsters Are Not Eels and Other Truths

Another analytical piece from Andrew Roman, this time on the Nova Scotia Fishery Continue reading

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Never Overwhelmed

Running endlessly and thinking of poetry. Continue reading

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Just One

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

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Best Ever

Personally executed. Scientifically recorded. Officially verified. Continue reading

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Ready or Not

Time to take our hands off our eyes and look around. Continue reading

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More Space

When space between my ears is a good thing. Continue reading

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A Doom Loop?

“Simultaneously, the swings in power have imparted the lesson that when you’re down, the best thing to do is demonize the other side, refuse to compromise, wait for public opinion to tack against the party in power and ride the pendulum back to a majority.” Continue reading

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UNDRIP

A calm exposition of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Continue reading

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